A rice cooker is one of the best kitchen equipment investments you can make. Just toss in the rice, pour in the water, and a press of a button is all you need to do to earn the reward of a pot of fluffy, freshly cooked grains.
But a bowl of plain white rice, entirely by itself, is a pretty sad dinner, no matter how fresh and fluffy it is, which is why Japan’s Oak Lawn Marketing created the Twin Chef to help cook curry along with the rice.
Appearance-wise, the Twin Chef looks like two rice cookers joined at the hip. Each cooking pot’s compartment also has space to insert a steamer tray, thus allowing you to simultaneously cook four different things.
First off, you’ve got the paired pots, and the gadget’s 10 pre-set cooking styles allow you to optimize temperature and cooking time to make not just rice and curry, but nimono (Japanese-style stewed meats and vegetables), soup, okayu (Japanese rice porridge), cakes, and even home-made yogurt. The Twin Chef can be ordered through online retailer "Shop Japan" for 19,800 yen (US$180). I'm sure this product will inspire our Indian manufacturers to make one to be available in our market.
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