Panasonic SR-MS183 10-Cup (Uncooked) “Fuzzy Logic” Rice Cooker

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0/5 on February 13, 2017

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  • 10-cup uncooked/20-cup cooked Micro-computer "Fuzzy Logic" controlled adjusts power depending on how much rice is being cooked for precise cooking and more consistent results
  • Binchotan-type charcoal pan improves color, taste and aroma of the rice, plus a dimple pan expands heat by 20-percent resulting in better cooking performance and taste
  • 12-Hour keep warm, 24-hour clock, large orange LCD read-out
  • Menu includes white/brown/sticky rice, porridges, steam, slow cook, 15-minute cook and cake
  • Measures 14-1/16-inch (L) by 11-inch (W) by 9.9/16-inch (H), 8.1-pound, White with Chrome finish

Panasonic SR-MS183 Rice Cooker
Cook up to 20 cups of fluffy, delicious rice with this powerhouse performer by Panasonic. The user-friendly rice cooker makes restaurant-quality rice a breeze thanks in part to its “Advanced Fuzzy Logic” technology, which automatically adjusts the power and cooking time as needed to ensure excellent results every time.

The rice cooker comes equipped with eight pre-programmed cooking options. Choose from four rice settings: white, brown, sticky, and quick cook; or put the versatile unit to work steaming vegetables, slow cooking for up to 12 hours (great for soups and stews), making a cake, or even cooking porridge.

In addition to its simple push-button control panel with an orange LCD display, the rice cooker also provides a 24-hour preset timer, automatic shut-off, and a 12-hour keep-warm function that helps keep cooked rice at an ideal serving temperature. Other highlights include start and keep-warm indicator lights, a dimpled “Binchotan” coated aluminum inner cooking pan, a carrying handle, and push-button lid release for quick access when it’s time to serve friends and family.

Sleek and stylish, the compact rice cooker takes up minimal space on the counter, carries a one-year limited warranty, and comes with an array of useful accessories including a measuring cup, a rice scoop, and a steaming basket.

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