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Breville® Risotto Plus™ Rice and Risotto Maker

Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too. An electronic controller ensures that the temperature is precise throughout the...Read More

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Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

An electronic controller ensures that the temperature is precise throughout the stir-free risotto cycle, while the gently simmering stock agitates the rice grains. The sauté feature means you can also brown mushrooms, onions, meat and more to include in the risotto.

Or use this versatile machine as a 10-cup rice cooker, and the machine turns itself to a “keep warm” setting once the rice is its fluffiest. The included steamer tray lets chefs steam vegetables for a healthier option. The generous four-quart capacity yields 20 cups of cooked rice.

Settings include:
  • Stir-free risotto setting
  • Sauté setting
  • Low/high slow-cook setting
  • Automatic keep-warm setting
  • Steam setting
Machine comes with steaming tray, measuring cup and plastic rice paddle (not shown). Durable tempered-glass, stainless steel and nonstick construction makes this a wonderful addition to any home. 10 cups uncooked, 20 cups cooked rice. 1¾ lbs.; 10" h x 12¾" l x 11½" w.

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  • Model: BRC600XL
  • Includes: Steaming tray, measuring cup and serving spoon
  • Capacity: 10 cups uncooked, 20 cups cooked rice
  • Dimensions: 1¾lbs.; 10" h x 12¾" l x 11½" w
  • Material: Tempered glass, stainless steel and nonstick
  • Warranty: One-year warranty
BENEFITS:
  • The automatic rice cooker everyone has been talking about
  • Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time
  • Also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto
  • Can sauté, too
  • An electronic controller ensures that the temperature is precise throughout the stir-free risotto cycle
  • Gently simmering stock agitates the rice grains
  • Sauté feature means you can also brown mushrooms, onions, meat and more to include in the risotto
  • Use this versatile machine as a 10-cup rice cooker
  • Machine turns itself to a “keep warm” setting once the rice is its fluffiest
  • Included steamer tray lets chefs steam vegetables for a healthier option
  • Generous four-quart capacity yields 20 cups of cooked rice
  • Settings include Stir-free risotto setting, Sauté setting, Low/high slow-cook setting, Automatic keep-warm setting, Steam setting
  • Comes with steaming tray, measuring cup and serving spoon
  • Durable tempered-glass, stainless steel and nonstick construction makes this a wonderful addition to any home
  • Designed in Australia, made in China

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Customer Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
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I conquered risotto!!!
Ok...my update: I have battled risotto many a time and have never been quite happy with the result. Too dente or mushy. Tonight, right out of the box...I have conquered! The saute feature was wonderful for browning some hungarian sausage bits and zucchini. 1.75 cups of arborio rice to 1 cup wine and 4 cups warm chicken stock...and walked away. 30min later: added my parm cheese, veggie/sausage mixture, stirred done. A little sprinkle of fresh parsley, a couple of glasses of white wine= lovely dinner with my hubby. The pot was lighter than I expected, will have to see if it will replace my beloved crockpot on the counter, but so far worth my purchase. By the way: clean up was a breeze. The nonstick surface did not cause the overnight soaking in the sink problem that the stove top version previously done on regular basis. It cleaned up in a snap. LOVED IT!!
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August 26, 2012
All in One Perfection
My wife and I have owned this product for a little over a month now, and we use it almost every day. The steam feature quickly and easily steams vegetables. The crock pot feature makes all the slow cook recipes we love, and the risotto feature is unbelievably good.

I HIGHLY recommend this product to anyone who likes to cook
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September 23, 2012
Has Earned Place of Honor on My Counter
I bought this mainly for the Risoto feature and I am so pleased. I love Risoto, but have never had the patience to make it often. This product makes amazing Risoto and its so easy. The first time I used it I cooked the Risoto below and steamed Sole (fish) and carrots in the basket above. It was great. I have since made white and brown rice, and Farro in it. This product has a permanent place of honor on my kitchen counter
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October 2, 2012
worth the space on counter
I saw this in the catalog and got it immediately. Great rice cooker and crock pot. Haven't tried the risotto feature yet but this wasn't a deal beaker when I bought it. Cleans up easily and crock pot is perfect size for a couple who like leftovers! My old rice cooker and crock pot are headed to my next yard sale!
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September 15, 2012
Super Easy and Super Tasty Risotto
The risotto I whipped up in the Breville Risotto maker was a big hit this weekend. So big, in fact, that I made it twice! I loved that I could saute some chicken, onions and garlic in the same pot I made the risotto. And making the risotto was a snap. Just press the risotto button and walk away. About 25 minutes later I had perfect risotto. I mixed back in the chicken with a little parmasan cheese, pesto and watercress and a tasty meal was ready to serve
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October 14, 2012
multitasker
Alton Brown of Good Eats (Food Network) says a good kitchen tool must be a multitasker. Well that's the Risotto Plus in spades! I've had a week now and have used the steamer function, the saut� function, and the slow cook one. The latter two I used to make a pot roast and I now have a one stop pot roast pan.
Yes, it seems expensive, but it's worth every penny. It's well made, easy to operate, holds its heat better than a crockpot, and cleans very easy
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October 21, 2012
LOVE it!!
I have made risotto , I have made rice and I have made a stew in this cooker. Each dish turned out perfectly. The risotto was as good as what I make by hand. I have now given away my crock-pot and rice cooker. This cooker's all-in-one features are top of the line
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October 18, 2012
Amazing Purchase
I've spent years waiting for an appliance that works like this one. I've thrown out single use (rice cooker, slow cooker, etc) small appliances when downsizing, and waited for someone to make one appliance that could do it all, and this is it! I've used this pot on every setting and across the board it produces great results, with the rissoto being my biggest surprise. I made a recipe that I've made many times in the past in the traditional manner and Iit produced an equally great rissoto, and with no hastle! AMAZING
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October 17, 2012
I was a disbeliever - NO MORE! Great risotto!
I bought this device because I needed a new rice cooker and the risotto feature, if it worked, would be awesome. The reviews are all great, but risotto is my favorite food, and I had a REALLY hard time believing it could produce the perfect al dente texture required.

The rice making feature, perfect. Fluffy, separated grains, not too mushy. I've used it a few times with consistent results.

I just tried the risotto feature for the first time tonight. And one word of warning. If you are expecting to throw all ingredients in and have risotto come out the other end, you will be disapointed. You do have to saute the onions, allow the wine to absorb, etc. HOWEVER, you do NOT have to stand over it waiting for the rice to cook, stirring constantly for 18-20 minutes.

I used a recipe in the Breville book for guidance on proportions, but my own stock recipe and stir-ins (tomatoes, cream and pureed shrimp, topped with sauteed shrimp). It was al dente, delicious and I did it all while on a work teleconference in about 30 mins. AMAZING
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January 15, 2013
Excellant product
This product is the ultimate multi-tasker. Yeah, it makes very good risotto. But that is not enough reason to buy an appliance. This cooking-jewel sautes, steams, gets hot enough to boil pasta, slow-cooker setting and an over-drive high gear for the slow cooker as well. The design is sleek and sturdy. I have purchased 5 of these cookers; 3 for my adult children for Christmas and 1 for the office and 1 for my boss. You may never use your stove top again
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January 1, 2013
Fantastic rice cooker
We've made risotto twice with this cooker and it came out perfect both times. So much easier than making it the old fashioned way!
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October 25, 2012
Just OK
Others have detailed the features and uses for the Risotto Plus, so I won't repeat that. I received this as a gift and while it certainly does make risotto, and there is much less stirring involved, that's the best I can say.

We made Risotto Milanese from the included recipe booklet. Instructions were clear, but it did involve almost 50% hands-on time, which was a bit disappointing. The risotto was undercooked when the machine switched over to WARM, so had to add more chicken broth, then wait before adding the parm. The final product was no better than my slow cooker recipe, which takes longer but requires no hands-on time.

Next up was white rice. The rice was good, although only 15 minutes on WARM left it a bit crunchy around the edges and on the bottom. I would not want to keep it warm for an hour or longer.

Clean-up was easy and the instructions were clear and easy to follow. It seems well built. My overall impression is that this is a decent product, but not as good as I expected from Breville
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September 10, 2013
Great Product
An really enjoying all the functions of this product! The risotto function is fantastic as are the slow cook and steam functions. My only criticism is that the rice tables seems to be inaccurate as the rice seems to boil dry the. The keep warm function after the rice has cooks makes a strange crunchy skin on my rice...user error?! Also I wish that there was a button for 'keep warm.'
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October 22, 2012
Versatile Machine!
I didn't believe an appliance could make risotto. I gave up making risotto because of all the time and attention it took. I took a chance that this would work and IT DOES! Not only that, it sautes, slow cooks, steams vegies, and makes regular rice. My only complaint (hence 4 stars) is it is huge. It takes up twice the space on my counter as my old rice cooker. OK it does replace four other appliances, but it is still much more than I need. If you have a big family or throw parties, this is a great addition to your kitchen. It's a little too much for me, but still worth it to make risotto again without adding broth every 5 minutes and stirring for half-an-hour. Sooo easy
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May 6, 2013
Breville's hidden gem
I enjoy rice dishes and have several rice cooker cookbooks and a Zojirushi fuzzy logic rice cooker. There are many recipes that call for an initial saute before adding wet ingredients, such as risottos and pilafs. However my fuzzy logic cooker shuts off during the middle of the saute and must be cooled down before it can be restarted. This requires me to saute the ingredients in a separate pan on the stovetop before transferring to the rice cooker.

In contrast, the Breville Risotto Plus does a superb job of sauteing, for as long as I need, before adding the wet ingredients and resetting to risotto or rice/steam for pilafs. It gives that perfect sizzle when onions or meat are sauteed. I have made the Risotto Milanese in the owner's manual with amazing creamy results. From other rice cooker cookbooks, I have made Italian sausage with mushroom risotto, and Arroz con pollo (a Spanish rice and chicken pilaf) with excellent results. With a perfect saute, I can now make these kinds of dishes easily.

I haven't rated this based on plain rice or the slow cooker features because I already have a programmable slow cooker and a fancy fuzzy logic rice cooker. But for people who don't have those, the additional settings make this an excellent multi-use appliance
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January 4, 2014
This product is everything it is advertised
The Rissoto features are so great that we had a difficult time using the other features. The Rissoto is so good and so easy to prepare we just kept cooking it over & over. We have began using the other features and they are just as great. This was supposed to be my birthday gift as well as Christmas present from my wife, but she decided to give it to me early and I believe she is happier than I am!
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December 17, 2012
Risotto heaven!
I bought this risotto maker yesterday and gave it a try the same evening. I have to say the risotto came out PERFECT. I had to read the instructions a couple of time but once I got it, no problems.
I'm using it again tonight for my New Years dinner with friends. Lobsters & risotto, perfection. Run out and get this appliance it's worth the money
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December 30, 2012
So versatile!
I love that this is a risotto and rice maker plue it sautes, steams and is a slow cooker. My only wish is that it had the warm setting as a button, not just an automatic feature since some slow cooker recipes call for a while on high then low after, and then I'd like to switch it to warm on my own
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March 16, 2013
Second One
The second risotto maker is great. Unfortunately, the one I ordered didn't work at all. I plugged it in and no heat.
Thank you to Sur La Table because even though the Breville instructions are not to return to store, and even though I had ordered it online, my store here in Houston, gladly exchanged it.
I am really impressed with this appliance and so glad I didn't just say forget it when the first one didn't work
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May 6, 2013
Amazing
Wonderful purchase. Well worth the cost.
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October 18, 2012
Risotto!!!
I love Risotto. I bought this hoping to make a risotto that was good. I tried it for the first time and it turned out better than my favorite risotto I get from this wonderful Italian restaurant. I no longer have to go there. Mine turned out so much better. I had ingredients in the house that I thought I would want in the risotto and just started one step at a time without anything prepared. I sauteed the onion and added chicken stock instead of wine because I didn't have any. While that was absorbing I started to cut up the vegetables, then I added the remaining chicken stock with some heavy cream to make up the difference for the missing wine. I let that cook for 20 minutes and added the red pepper, zucchini, yellow squash and asparagus. Final touch was to add 1/4 cup parmesan cheese 5 minutes before it finished. I didn't sautee the shrimp in the risotto maker because you have to pull them out to cook the risotto. I did do those separately in a pan. This way they were still hot when I served the meal. But this is a nice feature for the onion and if you were to sautee meat for the slow cook option. I am thrilled after one use and made a place for easy use in the front of my cabinet
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April 20, 2013
So so...
Risotto function was good and the result was satisfying.
Rice function however, was disappointing. Cooked sushi rice, basmati, and brown rice, 1 to 4 cups - it boiled over every time and resulted golden brown rice crust at the bottom. Yes, I rinsed the rice until water ran "clear". Because the rice function is more important than the risotto, I am going back to asian rice cooker and traditional stirring method for risotto. Unfortunately I will have to return this.
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January 18, 2015
Purchased
7 months ago
Easy and versatile
This rice cooker is by far better than our previous one. My husband LOVES the high-heat setting to brown things before he adds them to the rice. We haven't used the slow-cooker feature but are anxious to try it (weather is too warm.) For the space it takes in my pantry, this appliance is way more than a 1-use appliance. I think we will need to find a more accessible place to store it since we use it so often.
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April 13, 2015
Purchased
4 months ago
Seriously easy
What a find. No more constant stirring frees me up to keep working on the meal.
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April 22, 2015
Purchased
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Sarah B on Jul 14, 2015
Requested by the wedding couple.
Janice K on Jun 27, 2015
Rice cookers, steamers are a nice small appliance and the price was in the range I was looking for.
Christine D on Jul 9, 2015
Great gift idea and love Breville products....the best!!
Jacob M on Jun 3, 2015
Can a smaller quantity rice be cooked (2 servings)?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

Yes you can cook smaller quantities of rice. You get a measuring cup for your rice as well as liquid fill lines inside the cooking pot, starting at 2 servings.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Sep 28, 2012
Is this suitable for cooking brown rice, black rice et
A shopper on Nov 2, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

You can definitely cook brown or black rice in the Risotto Plus. There is a conversion chart in the owner's manual that gives you the liquid to rice ratio. For brown or black rice follow the brown rice chart.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Nov 6, 2012
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Will it cook steel cut oatmeal?
A shopper on Mar 21, 2013
Best Answer: According to Breville, you should try cooking them using the RISOTTO setting. Here is a very basic recipe, ratio should be 1 part rice to three parts liquid, should not exceed the half way mark in the cooking vesselSteel Cut OatsINGREDIENTS1 cup steel cut oats3 cups waterSalt to tasteMETHOD1. Place steel cut oats and waterand into the removable cookingbowl, mixing well. Cover with lid.2. Press the RISOTTO button and thenthe START|CANCEL button.3. When the cooker has automaticallyswitched to the WARM setting, stirin the salt. Cover with lid andstand for 5 minutes on WARM setting.Soaking the oats overnight will soften the texture
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Mar 27, 2013
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Is the interior stainless steel?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2015
Best Answer: The interior of the rice maker is a non stick Teflon type. The steamer basket is stainless. I love this...you can use it in so many ways. You can use the rice pot for slow cooking too!
Reply · Report · JODI W on Feb 14, 2015
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Can Risotto maker cook Quinoa?

If so, what is smallest quantity it can cook, 2 servings or 4
A shopper on Dec 28, 2012
Best Answer: You can cook quinoa in the Risotto Plus. In the manual that comes with the Risotto Plus there is a recipe using quinoa.You can go with as little as 2 servings
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Dec 31, 2012
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How long can the keep warm cycle keep the rice

After the rice has finished cooking does the keep warm cycle come on automatically and for how long will it keep rice warm. Is this cycle controllable?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

For rice the keep warm cycle will last up to 5 hours and for risotto it is 30 minutes. After that the auto shut off will turn it off.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Sep 7, 2012
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How does this make risotto?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

An electronic controller ensures that the temperature is precise throughout the stir-free risotto cycle, while the gently simmering stock agitates the rice grains. The sauté feature means you can also brown mushrooms, onions, meat and more to include in the risotto.

The risotto plus eliminates the need to slowly add the stock and stir. There is no muss and no fuss and it really does create the perfect risotto every time. There are a couple of steps then you just set back and wait. There is a video on our website attached to this product that will walk you through the process of making risotto.
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Nov 2, 2012
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What exactly is the non-stick surface made of? Is it PFO free?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2014
Best Answer: The coating is a proprietary non-branded PFOA-free nonstick coating.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Mar 10, 2014
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I've been hoping for a machine that can cook and stir at the same time, but I'm more interested in making custard. Will this work for custard

It would have to cook over low heat and stir constantly so as not to curdle the egg-cream mixture.
A shopper on Mar 11, 2014
Best Answer: Because this machine does not stir, I wouldn't suggest it for custard
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Mar 11, 2014
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How long does it take to cook 4 servings of white rice?
A shopper on Dec 21, 2014
Best Answer: It is a gift. Please ask me after the holidays
Reply · Report · Marian B on Dec 21, 2014
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Can you steam vegetables while the rice cooks?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2012
Best Answer: You can steam vegetables while you cook your rice, however, since the bottom of the steamer has the holes that allow the steam to steam your food, any condensation may drip down into your rice and flavor your rice with that particular food
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Aug 27, 2012
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Can You cook Congee in this?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

We have confirmed with Breville that Congee can be made with this.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Oct 5, 2012
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How many quarts is this product for slow cooking? For example, how many pounds of pork roast can I make using the low slow cooker setting? I am surprised that I can't find the answer anywhere!
Jenn D on Dec 31, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jenn-
The unit itself has a large capacity of 4 quarts so the pound equivalent to that would be 8lbs. So with liguid and any other ingredients you add to the pork would probably allow a 6-7lb pork roast. Hope that helps. Bill
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Can you prepare recipes for a 2 quart slow cooker in this one?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2014
Best Answer: Yes! I just used mine as a slow cooker & sauté pan for the first time last week. I started by sautéing Italian sausages in it. After draining oil, I added back in the sausages and my pasta sauce and let it cook on HIGH all afternoon. MUCH easier to use, clean, and with the glass lid, you can keep your eye on your recipe the who,e time. Not to mention, it's the BEST rice cooker I've ever had! Enjoy
Reply · Report · JODI W on Dec 7, 2014
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What material is used to make the insert?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2015
Best Answer: The rice cooker pan is a Teflon type non stick interior. The lid is framed glass.

The steam basket seems to be made of stainless.

Best & most favorite rice cooker I've bought (I've had 4+).
And/ best part is I can put all the pieces in the DW.....YAY!
Reply · Report · JODI W on Jun 16, 2015
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Does the Breville Risotto Plus come with a suggested recipe book?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2012
Best Answer: I just got one. Like others have said, there are recipes that look creative in the manual. The manual is available at breville.com: http://www.brevilleusa.com/media/mediaappearance/12563/BRC600XL_IB_A12_FA_LowRes.pd
Reply · Report · Natalie C on Dec 19, 2012
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Is the result ""al dente""

Am I able to keep that nutty finishing touch to the risotto, or will it cook past that point
A shopper on Sep 7, 2013
Best Answer: It's all about how much water you use. If you use the amount of water suggested in the instruction booklet, your risotto should be al dente. If you want it softer, use more water; if you want it firmer, use less
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 8, 2013
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Is the final result ""al dente"" or more on the softer side? Can you control this
A shopper on Aug 19, 2013
Best Answer: The final result is al dente. You can control it by adding more/less water and oil.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Aug 19, 2013
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Can I use it as a slow cooker?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2014
Best Answer: I have made rissoto and plain rice but have not used it al a slow cooker. It works great for rice and rissoto so I assume it would work as a slow cooker.
Reply · Report · Herbert L on Oct 4, 2014
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is this a good choice for cooking quinoa?
A shopper on Sep 20, 2012
Best Answer: Not only will this easy-to-use machine make perfect fluffy rice every time, but it also takes the hassle out of preparing rich and creamy risotto, and can sauté too.

You can cook quinoa in the Risotto Plus. In the manual that comes with the Risotto Plus there is a recipe using quinoa.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Sep 21, 2012
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Slow-cooker option

The machine has two slow-cooker buttons, but little has been said about the slow-cooker features in the descriptions of this product. Can you tell me more about this machine's slow-cooker capability, features, capacity, etc.? Thanks
A shopper on Oct 7, 2012
Best Answer: Breville is selling this on the fact it makes risotto without having to watch it so close. However, you're right; it is also a slow cooker.There are 2 settings, high and low. The differences are more for cooking time and volume vs. difference in heat. The low setting is for foods that require a longer cooking time (6-7 hours). You would use this for larger dishes and/or denser/larger cuts of meat. The high setting is used for a quicker cooking time (3-4 hours). This is for smaller portions and less dense cuts of meat.Inside the cooking vessel are 2 fill lines, minimum and maximum. The minimum setting is approximately 8 cups of liquid and the maximum is approximately 10 cups. Simply fill up to the line and don't exceed the maximum fill line
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Oct 8, 2012
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Maximum quantity of risotto?

Is the maximum quantity of risotto 20 cups just like the maximum quantity of rice? Does making a large quantity affect the ""magic"" risotto process
A shopper on Dec 6, 2012
Best Answer: The 20 cup capacity is the same regardless of whether you are preparing rice or risotto. Preparing a large quantity or risotto does not effect the process at all. I have actually found that the larger the batch, the creamier it is
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