Interesting hope you get recipe ,would nt it be a more of a steamed pud though ?
Found this on web
Being Chinese, my family uses the rice-cooker everyday mainly to cook rice. Sometimes, when we are too busy or too tired to cook several different dishes for our meal, we just throw into the rice cooker some sliced beef, pork or chicken (marinated in a little soya sauce, salt, sugar, black pepper, rice wine, oil and corn-starch for five minutes) and some chunks of carrots together with the rice. After the water has come to the boil, we add some frozen vegetables such as sweetcorn or green peas. You could also add slices of hot-dog sausages, tuna flakes or pieces of crispy bacon. It is not the most special meal in the world but it does taste good and save you time (no need to slave over the stove all the time and just one pot to clean).
I have also made a sponge cake using my rice-cooker. I whisk three eggs with four tablespoons of caster sugar. When it is well whisked (pale and very thick), I fold in 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder and six tablespoonfuls of self-raising flour (sifted together using a sieve placed over the mixing bowl). I stir in a little melted butter and pour the mixture into the buttered rice-cooker. I switched on the cook button. When the steam process came to an end, I switched on the cook button for a second time. I test the cake using a chopstick when the steam time is over. The result is just as good, if not better than, as a cake cooked in the oven.
· 1 decade ago