How to cook delicious rice in a traditional way
*Do not put the Cooker on the stove when its outside surfaces are wet, especially the bottom which must be dry before coming into contact with the flame.
Use the inner lid of the Cooker to measure one portion of rice.
Put the rice into the Cooker, wash and rinse lightly with water.
Use the inner lid of the Cooker to measure one portion of water and pour the water into the Cooker. (Put your finger over the tiny steam hole on the inner lid when using it as a measuring cup.)
Cover the Cooker with the inner lid and then the outer lid.
Put the Cooker on the stove. If it is unstable, you can stabilize it using a roasting net, for example.
Cook the rice for around 20 minutes over the lowest flame possible.
Keep the flame low until the very end – there is no need to adjust the flame throughout the cooking time.
The Cooker will start steaming after around 15 minutes, and rice starch liquid will start to appear around the edge of the outer lid.
When the rice is almost done, it will start to steam less, and the amount of rice starch liquid will reduce.
Turn off the stove, and let the rice steam, still covered, for about 10 minutes.
The outer lid can be used as a serving bowl. (The inner lid can be used as the lid of the serving bowl.) The inner lid can be used as a serving dish for the cooked rice.