Do you have a Rice Cooker?
They’re wonderful for cooking rice, aren’t they? They save you time. They “magically” know when rice is done, irregardless of the variety, but is that all?
NO WAY! I like to cook lentils and small beans in the rice cooker as well as barley too.
They are small sized grains & beans that are cook-able in your rice cooker. Just make sure what you want to cook is of similar size to rice.
Check out this webisode of Cooking with Kimberly to see how:
With a bit more babysitting, you can make easy cooking out of your lentils and beans too, not just your rice!
I hope this is a great time-saving tip for you, so you don’t have to feel like you’re baby-sitting beans on the stove for hours…
I hope you enjoy this Bean Recipe on Cooking With Kimberly. Until next time…
Be a Champion in Your Kitchen & Eat Deliciously!
P.S. Don’t have a Rice Cooker yet? Grab one today:
A rice cooker is a fantastic time saver in your kitchen, regardless of what kind of rice you are using. This is the model we currently have at home, the Wolfgang Puck 10 Cup Rice Cooker. Grab one for your kitchen today!
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