The Top 3 Best Aroma Housewares Rice Cookers (As Of November 2021)
Here are the top 3 Aroma Housewares rice cookers followed by a list of their latest models:
The Three Latest Aroma Housewares Large Rice Cookers (as Of November, 2021)
The 20-cup ARC-2000A comes with separate buttons for brown rice, white rice, and quick rice, a smart steam button (a provision for shutting off automatically after steaming is finished), low and high modes for its slow-cook function, and a 15-hour delay timer.
Armed with enough space to produce 20 cups of rice, this rice cooker(')s generous capacity is accompanied by other features like a 15-hour delay timer and dedicated steam and slow-cook buttons.
The ARC-1010SB is a rice cooker and food steamer in one which sports the brand(')s unique Saute-Then-Simmer
function, a 15-hour delay timer, and the usual Aroma-style buttons for its different cooking modes (such as steam and brown rice).
12 Recent Basic Aroma Housewares Rice Cooker Models
The MRC-903D(')s analog cousin, the Aroma MRC-903 rice cooker(')s compact body has a capacity of 1.5 raw cups (which results in 3 cooked cups) and sports one button to switch between its standard cook and auto keep-warm modes.
Marketed as a rice cooker for one to two persons, the Aroma MRC-903D exhibits a compact body which houses a raw rice capacity of 1.5 cups (which translates to 3 cooked cups) and dedicated digital controls for brown rice, white rice, and keep-warm.
This 16-raw-cup Aroma model is basically your run-of-the-mill basic rice cooker that is resized to accommodate a relatively-larger output, equipped with only the standard cook and auto keep-warm modes to produce a maximum of 32 cooked cups of rice.
The Aroma NRC-687SD-1SG, which is part of the brand(')s NutriWare
rice cookers line, has a special surgical-grade stainless steel cooking pot, a steaming basket made of the same material, and modes such as steam, white rice, saute-then-simmer, and brown rice for cooking 7 raw cups (or 14 cooked cups) of rice.
The Aroma ARC-1266F is a mid-sized rice cooker that features only two functions (cook and keep-warm) to cook 12 cups of rice and other grains and steam meats and vegetables -- which is not surprising, considering its sub-$40 price tag.
In addition to being a 14-cup rice cooker-steamer combo with cook and keep-warm modes, the Aroma ARC-757SG comes with a 304 (surgical-grade) stainless steel pot, about the only thing that stands out in its otherwise-basic feature set.
The ARC-753SG is a 6-cooked-cup rice cooker (3 uncooked cups) whose only distinguishing feature is its cooking pot (which is made of surgical-grade 304 stainless steel) as the two modes it operates on (cook and keep-warm) are rather common features.
The ARC-914SBD, which performs as a rice cooker and a food steamer, features a a capacity of 8 cups (cooked rice), a 15-hour delay timer, and dedicated digital controls for its preset programs, which include keep-warm and steam.
Simple and compact, the Aroma ARC-743-1NG is your typical straightforward rice cooker equipped with a capacity of 6 cooked cups (3 uncooked cups), an auto keep-warm function, and an included basket for steaming meats and vegetables on top of rice.
Aside from cooking 4 to 14 cups of rice with its standard keep-warm and cook modes, the Aroma Housewares ARC-747-1NGR can also be used to prepare soups, chili, and stew (among others) and steam meat and vegetables in its included steamer tray.
Sporting a cool-touch body and a stainless steel lid that Aroma designed for durability, the ARC-1130S is your standard rice cooker with cook and warm modes, but resized to accommodate a commercial rice capacity of 60 cooked cups.
While it sports only 2 basic modes (which are cook and keep-warm), the ARC-1033E rice cooker(')s commercial-scale capacity of 60 cups is further matched with a heavy-duty stainless-steel lid and an aluminum cooking pot.
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