How to cook rice cooker without a crockpot: rachel cook

Cooking a small rice cooker is not an easy task, but if you don’t have access to a croc, you can do it.

I am always a big fan of the “free” method of cooking rice, but for some reason, it seems to be more popular these days, especially when you are looking to save money.

There are lots of great tutorials online that will show you how to make rice cooker with a crok, so here’s a quick step by step tutorial on how to cook a rice cooker at home without a crank.

This method is perfect for those of you who want to save some money on rice and don’t want to shell out for a new crock pot.

I also highly recommend you to try out the free method of rice cooking if you want to see what it’s like!

I would suggest to check out this great video to learn more about how to use a rice crock for the first time.

Here are the steps to get started with rice cooking:1.

Find a small, clean, and non-flammable bowl.

The smaller the bowl, the easier it is to cook with a rice cook.


Use a spoon or spatula to lift the rice from the bowl and place it on a clean countertop.3.

Place the rice on a bowl that is about 1 inch deep and 1 inch wide.4.

Turn the rice cooker on low for 3-4 hours.

This should take about 2-3 hours.5.

When you want your rice to be cooked, flip the rice so that the rice is evenly covered.6.

When your rice is done, transfer it to a bowl and leave it to rest for 5-10 minutes.

You can also let it rest for an additional 5-7 minutes if you feel like you want a little more flavor.7.

When the time is up, drain the rice and return it to the bowl that you prepared.8.

Repeat step #1 for the second bowl.9.

If you want more flavor, you will want to add some salt to the rice.

If your rice looks dry, add a little bit of water.10.

Once you are ready to add the sauce to the pot, place the lid on the crock.11.

Using a large spoon, spread a thin layer of the sauce over the rice, then flip the crocker over and place the bowl back in the crook of the pot.12.

Let the sauce cook for another 5-8 minutes on medium-low.

Once the sauce has thickened, remove it from the pot and let it cool.13.

When cool, add the rice to the soup pot.

Use your hands to spread the sauce evenly over the bottom of the rice pot, then turn the crok so that all the rice has been covered.14.

Add the sauce, seasonings, and salt to taste.15.

Serve the soup over rice.16.

This is a great way to add a delicious splash of spice to your rice dishes.