It started as simple inspiration from the traditional way of “Draining Rice” which led us to explore and conceptualise the idea, and then, incorporate it into the rice cooker.
When heat is introduced to the water and rice, the water will dissolve that amylose in the rice and becomes rice-water also known as starch water. With our patented Starch-Reduction Structure, there are two ways the starch water will be separated from the rice.
1. The upper structure – Using the “Distillation Principle” to make the rice-water run up to the ‘Water Container
2. Lower structure – ‘Rice container’ holes drain the starchy water before it is further absorbed by the cooked rice.
As the rice and the rice-water from the inner pot are being separated, it will continue to steam the rice at a constant temperature to ensure rice remains soft and fluffy.
Please note that you’ll need to use the ‘Rice Containers’ and ‘Water Container’ that comes with the rice cooker to achieve low-sugar rice.
For low-sugar rice, you can fit up to 2 cups. For normal rice, it will be 4 cups of rice.
You’ll need to use the ‘Rice Containers’ and ‘Water Container’ that comes with the rice cooker to achieve low-sugar rice.
Firstly, pour the rice into the ‘Rice Container’ and place the ‘Rice Container’ into the Inner Pot. Then, pour water inside and bring the water level up to 3mm above the rice. Place the ‘Water Container’ on top and close the lid.
Lastly, press the “Desugar” function on the control panel and start. It will take about 50 minutes to cook.
Yes, you can cook any kind of rice using the Desugar Function!
Yes, by cooking your rice like you normally do. Just don’t use the ‘Rice Containers’ and ‘Water Container’ attachments and cook your rice directly on the Inner Pot.
Please refer to the below table.