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International Rice Cooker Recipes to Spice Up Your Dinner Table

Do you love rice? Do you love trying new rice cooker recipes from around the world? If so, then this blog post is for you! In this post, we will be discussing some of the best rice cooker recipes from all over the world. Whether you are looking for a delicious Indian rice dish or a classic Spanish rice recipe, we have you covered. So without further ado, let’s get started!

Rice Cooker Yellow Rice Recipe

If you’re like me, you love rice. Whether it’s white rice, brown rice, sushi rice, or anywhere in between, there’s just something about that grain that makes it so satisfying. And while I typically prefer my rice cooked in a pot on the stove, I have to admit that rice cookers make life a lot easier. Just add rice and water, set the timer, and go about your business until it’s time to eat. No need to worry about boil-overs or burnt rice. But what if I told you that there was a way to make your rice cooker even more useful?

Introducing rice cooker yellow rice. Just add a little turmeric to your rice cooker before cooking, and you’ll have a delicious and healthy side dish that’s ready in no time. Not to mention, it’s a great way to use up that extra turmeric that’s been sitting in your spice cabinet for who knows how long. So go ahead and give it a try the next time you’re in the mood for some yellow rice. Your taste buds will thank you.

This Rice Cooker Yellow Rice Recipe is a perfect side dish for any meal. Whether you’re serving it with chicken, fish, or just some veggies, it’s sure to be a hit. And cleanup is a breeze since everything is cooked in one pot.

Rice Cooker Congee Recipe

Ah, rice cooker congee. The best way to enjoy this delicious dish is to make it at home in your rice cooker.


– Rice

– Water

– Salt


If you have a rice cooker, making congee is super easy – just throw all the ingredients in and set it to cook! I like to use white rice for my congee, but you can use whatever type of rice you prefer. Just make sure to adjust the water accordingly. Brown rice will need more water, while sushi rice will need less.

I usually go with a ratio of one part rice to six parts water, but again, this will depend on the type of rice you’re using. Season your congee with a bit of salt – not too much, as the soy sauce will add some saltiness later on.

Once the rice cooker has finished cooking the congee, give it a good stir. You can add some water at this point if you want a thinner consistency. Ladle the congee into bowls and top with your favourite toppings. I like to keep things simple with just some green onions and soy sauce, but feel free to get creative! Enjoy!

Rice Cooker Mexican Rice Recipe

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to make Mexican rice, then a rice cooker is the way to go. With just a few simple ingredients, you can have a delicious and healthy meal on the table in no time. Plus, there’s no need to worry about overcooking the rice or burning it on the bottom of the pot.

Mexican Rice Recipe:

– Preheat your rice cooker. Add one cup of white sushi rice and rinse it several times with water until the water runs clear. Drain the excess water.

– Add two cups of chicken broth (or water) and stir. Then, add one can of diced tomatoes (undrained), one small can of tomato sauce, and one tablespoon of chili powder. Stir well.

– Add one cup of frozen corn and two tablespoons of chopped green onions (optional). Stir again.

– Close the lid of your rice cooker and let it do its thing. Rice is usually done cooking in about 30 minutes, but check on it after 20 minutes to see how it’s doing.

– Once the rice is cooked, fluff it with a fork and serve immediately with shredded cheese, diced avocado, or sour cream (optional). Enjoy!

Rice Cooker Fried Rice Recipe

Delicious Fried Rice Recipe Made in a Rice Cooker :

Do you love fried rice but don’t always have the time to make it? This delicious fried rice recipe can be made in a rice cooker, so it’s quick and easy! We’ll show you how to make this classic dish with just a few simple ingredients.

If you don’t have a rice cooker, no problem! You can easily make this recipe on the stovetop. Just follow the instructions below and you’ll have delicious fried rice in no time.

First, gather your ingredients. For this recipe, you’ll need:

– rice

– soy sauce

– vegetable oil

– eggs

– green onion

– garlic

– frozen vegetables (we like peas and carrots)

Once you have all of your ingredients, it’s time to start cooking! If you’re using a rice cooker, simply add all of the ingredients into the pot and set it to cook. If you’re cooking on the stovetop, follow the package directions for cooking rice.

How to make Japanese pancake in a rice cooker

Rice Cooker Japanese Pancake Recipe


-¾ cup rice flour

-½ teaspoon baking powder

-Dash of salt

-½ cup milk (I used almond)

-½ tablespoon honey or sugar


stir rice flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Pour in milk and honey/sugar. Mix until there are no lumps.

Spray your rice cooker with cooking spray (I use coconut oil spray). Pour the batter into the rice cooker. Cook on the “normal” setting.

Once it’s done cooking, open up the lid and let it cool for a few minutes before serving. Serve with fruit, syrup, whipped cream, etc. Enjoy!