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Beware of hot steam coming out of the steam vent during cooking or out of the rice cooker when you open the lid. Do not lift and move the rice cooker by its handle while it is operating. Before first use
Remove the sheet between the inner pot and the heating element. 1 Clean the parts of the rice cooker thoroughly before using the appliance for the first time (see chapter 'Cleaning'). Make sure all parts are completely dry before you start using the appliance. 2 Attach the scoop holder to the body of the rice cooker (fig. 2). Using the appliance Cooking rice 1 Measure the rice using the measuring cup provided. Each cup of uncooked rice normally gives 2 bowls of cooked rice. Do not exceed the quantities indicated on the inside of the inner pot. 1 cup of rice is approx. 180ml. - HD4743: 1-5.5 cups of rice - HD4746: 2-10 cups of rice
Menu Rice Small amount** Congee Pau fan 1.0 1.8 1.0 Volume/L 1.0 1.8 Quantity of rice (cups) 1-5.5 2-10 max. 3 0.25-0.75 0.5-1.5 1-3
1.8 2-5 ** To get an optimal result, we advise you to cook not more than 3 cups of rice.
2 Wash the rice thoroughly. 3 Put the pre-washed rice in the inner pot. 4 Add water to the level indicated on the scale inside the inner pot that corresponds to the number of cups of rice used.Then smooth the rice surface. For instance, if you cook 4 cups of rice, add water up to the 4-cup level indicated on the scale. â â
HD4743 (fig. 3). HD4746 (fig. 4). The level marked inside the inner pot is just an indication; you can always adjust the water level for different types of rice and your own preference.
5 Press the release lever to open the lid. 6 Put the inner pot in the rice cooker. Check if the inner pot is in proper contact with the heating element (fig. 5). Make sure that the outside of the inner pot is dry and clean and that there is no foreign residue on the heating element or the magnetic switch.