Top Rated Rice Cooker Recipes

Gimbap
Today, gimbap is the most popular on-the-go meal in Korea. They are practically sold everywhere. To make gimbap, the rice is rolled in seaweed with various fillings. Traditionally, the rice is lightly seasoned with sesame oil and salt. The fillings are individually seasoned and cooked, yielding an interesting combination of textures and flavors. Everything is well seasoned, so gimbap is not served with sauce. There are many variations these days, but the best gimbap to me is the traditional version my mother used to make for us on our field trip/picnic days. So, here is how to make gimbap the traditional way! See all appetizer recipes.
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california roll lettuce cups
Have you ever thought about making your own sushi? This recipe won't provide you with rolls, but we're pretty sure that you'll still love the end result. Reconsider your idea on what sushi is with these California Roll Lettuce Cups.This recipe was developed by Ryan and Sara Hall and Alaska Seafood.Former NCAA champion Ryan Hall is the current U.S. record holder for the half marathon and the first American to complete it in under an hour. He is a two-time Olympian, participating in both the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In 2008, Ryan was named male Road Runner of the Year by the Road Runners Club of America. He and his wife Sara rely on the unique nutrient profile found in Alaska Seafood to recover and to recharge their muscles throughout training. Sara Hall is a professional distance runner, former cross country national champion, and Pan American Games gold medalist. She’s a 9-time U.S. National Team member and 3-time Olympic trials finalist. 
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Nigiri Sushi
Unlike the adorable little sushi rolls that feature meat, seafood, or vegetables wrapped in rice and then wrapped again in seafood, Nigiri simply combines rice and seafood into tasty little pieces. Want to eat it like the Japanese do? Skip the chopsticks this time.This recipe is courtesy of The Food Network.
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Rice-Cooker Frittata
Use the steaming power of your rice cooker to gently cook the perfect morning frittata. Swap vegetables for whatever is in season, and add sausage, bacon, or ham to make this recipe your own. 
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Rice-Cooker Banana Bread
This recipe is basically a steamed cake. Here we use bananas to flavor the bread, but you could adapt most quick breads or muffin recipes for the rice cooker based on the ratios in this recipe.
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Chicken Miso Soup with Oyster Mushrooms and Greens
“Comfort food for the soul, this soup, fragrant with ginger and miso and loaded with noodles and greens, is a great warm-up on a cold day. If you have leftover rotisserie chicken, the soup is a snap to make; and with the rice cooker, there is only one pot to wash—a bonus in my book!” — Diane Phillips, author of The Everyday Rice Cooker: Soups, Sides, Grains, Mains, and More
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Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata
“When I put these ingredients in my rice cooker, I knew the flavors would complement each other, but I wondered what the dish would look like. It was lovely! The soft, melting goat cheese mingled with the asparagus and creamy eggs. The frittata makes a great light supper or luncheon dish; serve it with a fruit salad.” — Diane Phillips, author of The Everyday Rice Cooker: Soups, Sides, Grains, Mains, and More
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Healthy Quinoa Bowl
Sharon Chen loves quinoa, and one of her favorite ways to make it is this Healthy Quinoa Bowl recipe.“It contains a lot of vegetables, like a lot! It gives you a great amount of protein. It tastes like spring and full of flavor. It looks like a rainbow in a bowl! It’s extremely healthy and easy to make. It’s gluten-free and vegan! All in all, it’s superb,” she says.This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.
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Hainanese chicken rice has become a famous dish thanks to its key components. There’s the rice, which is cooked with chicken fat and chicken, and three amazing dipping sauces: a chile sauce, a ginger sauce, and a sweet, dark black soy sauce. This recipe takes some concentration and a little elbow grease, but the results are well worth the effort!
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Crunchy Quinoa and Cabbage Salad
Black and red quinoa are surprisingly different from their ivory counterpart. I love them as much for their nuttier taste and crunchier texture as I do for their beauty. If food is meant to nourish all of our senses, multicolored quinoas definitely deliver. — Terry Walters, Eat Clean. Live Well.Find more cabbage recipes here.
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Rice-Cooker Rice Pudding
Check out this super simple rice pudding that can be made in your rice cooker. Just place the ingredients in the machine to cook, chill, and serve!
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coconut scented
This is a great recipe that calls for fall flavors. In just no time, you'll have the perfect appetizer. Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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