Rated 4 out of
Makes cooking enjoyable
This is a small cooker meant for small households - 2 to 4 pax. Easy to clean and easy to keep. Non stick pot.
Not for those who are cooking for many people. There are no physical buttons so need to just get used to the digital buttons. I like the buttons for the modern look. The cooker makes rice, congee, stew with pressure cooking. All my soups turned out fantastic after the 2 hrs soup preset, similar to cooking soup overnight on the stove top. Does not need to stick strictly to the cooking setting either, if I'm in a rush - just stop when you need to and the food is done anything.
Easy to cook rice and the rice turns out perfect each time. This cooker may not be for everyone but it's what I need.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 1 out of
Congee default time setting is 2hrs.
2hrs just to make congee!!!!
My old rice cooker, only require less than 30mins and the porridge is done perfectly.
Even when I cook congee using stove, I only require less than 45mins.
Totally waste of electricity & time.
I feedback to the Sales, the Sales addressed that the timing can changed to 1hr. I tried that, but I need to press so many buttons. My mother-in-law is our house chief, This product is super user UNFRIENDLY for old folks.
I bought HD3060 is because of it's good coating on the Inner pot.
I'm very disappointed. TOTALLY regret buying this product.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 4 out of
The product marketing and label can be a bit misleading. If you are looking for something strictly for rice and congee, I suggest you go look for something that is more dedicated for those two purposes.
As a multi-cooker, it works great. Stews and soups in 2 hours and the results were pretty good. Meats were tender and flavourful. The risotto function is not too bad but it does not yield the results I want but it's pretty darn close.
Now I must caution buyers who expects a miracle cooker. This is not one. It can work to your advantage if you know your cooking,(meat cuts, portioning, types of vegetables to use, water quantity etc.)
However for someone who seldom cooks, I'd say it's best to avoid this product and stick to a regular stove top pot.
Date published: 2015-08-21