According to Takei-Moore, writer of the Donabe Cookbook, the Kamado-San 5 Cups Donabe Rice Cooker serves you the best tasting as fluffiest rice you can eat. This is why the claypot rice cooker is honored with the Good Design Award of Japan.
Master the easy four steps and timing of rinsing, soaking, cooking and resting for the perfect plain white rice. Then exciting one-pot dishes awaits you, such as a chicken-wing rice or salmon & hijiki rice.
The Kamado-San Donabe Rice Cooker is handmade in Japan, and the specific clay and glaze that is used result in a specific effect. The rice cooker donabe has a black glazed lid, and an inner lid. The bottom part is partly left unglazed. The donabe is both a cooking pot and a serving dish, so you can bring your dish from the stove to the table directly.
The Kamado-san in suitable for gas stove only. You can also use for a portable gas burner, if you kitchen doesn’t have a gast stove, or for outdoor cooking.
You can also use the rice cooker as a deep bodied donabe for stews and soups. The Kamado-san comes with a ceramic trivet and wooden rice spoon.
Basic Steps for the Donabe Rice Cooker:
We recommend 'Rinse, Soak, Cook, Rest – Rinse, Soak, Cook, Rest. This is your mantra for the rice cooked to fluffiest perfection'.
The Kamado-san Donabe Rice Cooker can also be used as an extra deep and thick bodied all purpose donabe when you do not use the inner lid.