I received a Rosewill Rice Cooker for free for review purposes, but all opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours. I will only endorse companies, products, and services that I believe, based on my own experiences, are worthy of endorsement.
I recently received the RHRC-13001 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker, which made my husband very happy, by the way. See my husband could eat rice every day. Don’t get me wrong, I love rice, too, but he is a die-hard rice lover.
The Perfect Bowl of Rice
I’m not a huge fan of cooking rice, though, no matter how much I may love it. Even instant rice is a pain to me. It’s messy, and you really have to watch it closely to get it to turn out right… and as a busy mom, I’m always multi-tasking and get easily distracted, which means my rice usually turns out dry and sticky. Then after I’m done cooking rice, I have to let my pot soak, and it’s still sometimes difficult to clean.
With the Rosewill rice cooker, that’s no longer a problem.
The Rosewill rice cooker uses Fuzzy Logic Technology. Fuzzy Logic you say? When it comes to this technology in a rice cooker, there’s nothing fuzzy about it.
What is Fuzzy Logic?
A technology that allows the rice cooker to “think” on its own with a three-dimensional controlled heating and steaming technology that cooks the perfect batch of rice consistently every time.
The Rosewill Rice Cooker also features…
- an LCD display
- An inner pot with a non-stick coating
- A measuring cup and scoop
- Cooks up to 11 cups of restaurant-style rice
Another thing I love about this rice cooker is that it is so easy to use, that my husband makes rice for himself now. And for this busy mom, that’s a great thing.
You can get the Rosewill rice cooker at Walmart for only $49.99 (list price 99.99) right now. It is a great gift idea for anyone on your Christmas list who wants to make the perfect bowl of rice.
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.