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Raw rice takes up very little space compared to cooked rice. Hence, the capacity of a rice cooker is measured as “before” and “after”. In a rice cooker, the before capacity is inclusive of rice and water needed for cooking the rice. The whole space cannot be filled with rice as rice expands considerable. If extra rice is filled, it will overflow and fall out of the container.
The before capacity of Bajaj RCX 5 is 1.8 liter. So, you can cook upto 1kg of rice in it. The “after” capacity is 2.4 liters. While cooking, the water evaporates and rice takes up all the space.
This rice cooker requires a minimum power input of 230 V and consumes a maximum of 550 W of power in order to function efficiently. This device features an automatic shut-off switch for your safety and convenience once the rice is ready. The cool touch handles ensure your hands don’t get burnt while handling the hot cooker.
• The cooking bowl is aluminum with anodized finish. This helps in quick and efficient cooking.
Like all electric cookers, this cooker also automatically turns off when all the water evaporates. This prevents burning or charring of the items in the cooking pan. Hence this becomes an ideal cooking mechanism for rice and pastas. Rice cookers can be used for a variety of recipes such as maggi, pulav, biryani and also for boiling eggs.
The rice cooker comes with a 2 year warranty and comes with cool handles for convenience. For buying or reading more reviews, check out the links below.