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Baking With Rice Cooker!

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Baking With A Rice Cooker

I was watching TV with my mom yesterday and saw someone baking a cake using a rice cooker! Wanting to try, I've searched and found a few sites that could help you guys out! I hope that some of you guys try this out and post up your results! :D

Results!

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Instructions & Videos For Help

I'm sorry for the horrible translations! I have no knowledge about baking.. :sweatingbullets:

S t r a w b e r r y . C a k e:

http://blog.daum.net/_blog/BlogView.do?blo...ax_history_home

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Materials:

Cream that you've made to place on top of the cake later on, 4 eggs, 3/4 cup of flour, vanilla oil, 2.5 butter, sugar

1. Separate the yellow and white from four eggs. Use a sifter(?) to make the flour fine by making it go through. There should be about 200mL of flour.

2. Pour 1/4 cup of sugar into the yellow eggs and mix until it become a light yellow. Foam(?) the white eggs and add 1/4 cup of sugar three separate times until it forms "horns."

3. Using a plastic rice scooper (those big, flat ones), mix the yellow eggs lightly while pouring in the white eggs three separate times. Mix the flour, vanilla oil, and butter lightly while keeping the foam alive.

4. Put it into the rice cooker and cook for 20 minutes or until you smell the cooked cake. Slide the cake out and put it on top of a cooling tray(?) in order to keep it soft while not too wet.

5. Cover the cake with the cream that you have made with some fruits, powdered sugar, and other decorations!

http://jebi.com/read/read.php?no=1415376&sc=

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I'll translate this one later haha

C a r a m e l / C h o c o l a t e (?) . C a k e:

http://wimpkiller.com/howdy/archives/2006/...-make-ric-1.php

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C h e r r y . C h e e s e . C a k e [ V i d e o ]:

Part 1 - http://kr.truveo.com/%EB%AF%B8%EB%A6%AC%EB...4/id/4125649674

Part 2 - http://kr.truveo.com/%EB%AF%B8%EB%A6%AC%EB...4/id/4125649674

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L a v a . C a k e [ V i d e o ]:

F r u i t . C a k e (?):

http://www.chotnho.com/tm.asp?m=55502

Credits to ponkie

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M u f f i n:

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J u s t . B r e a d [ V i d e o ]:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ZJlOwABKepk&feature=related

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I think I might actually try this....lol if I can convince my mom to let me butter our rice cooker @o@

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Whoa! Wait a second... this is possible? Haha, since my oven is broken, I might actually try this! Lol.

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I baked a loaf of bread in my rice cooker once, turned out light and fluffy

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I baked a loaf of bread in my rice cooker once, turned out light and fluffy

Whoa! someone should elaborate a bit more on this. I'm like SERIOUSLY interested! :D This would be so fun to do! HAHA.

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I tried this recipe before,

http://www.chotnho.com/tm.asp?m=55502

it's in Vietnamese though.

Work great, but I didn't like the cake. :\

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o:

Imagine the possibilities that you can make with this..!

XD

AH,

I want to get my own though~

I don't my cake to have aftertaste of rice in it.. x]

Unless its a giant rice cake. o.o

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^ ... you should be washing it after every use though. Why would it taste like rice? o_O

Mine has a bake button hahahaha. I did this once, b'cuz it's convenient in Korea... but afterwards I realized I didn't want a dome-shaped cake (the rice bowl is round). It was very light and fluffy though.

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oh, i once watch this chinses drama,

the father used the rice cooker to bake the cake.

it look pretty easy,

i should try it xD

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^ ... you should be washing it after every use though. Why would it taste like rice? o_O

Mine has a bake button hahahaha. I did this once, b'cuz it's convenient in Korea... but afterwards I realized I didn't want a dome-shaped cake (the rice bowl is round). It was very light and fluffy though.

Care to share the recipe you used? :D

I've read comments on some sites and there were a lot of people who failed because it was either uncooked, spilled out of the rice cooker, or it just tasted bad.

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I used a standard sponge cake recipe, greased the rice bowl, poured the batter in, then pressed the bake button. If you're nervous, try it out with cake mix in a box first. My friend says with standard rice cookers, you probably need to 'Cook' it twice.

If it was uncooked, they should've cooked it longer. If it was spilling over, then the recipe they used must've made a huge cake. o_O If it tasted bad, then it probably would've tasted bad if they had used the same ingredients and stuck it in the oven.

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I used a standard sponge cake recipe, greased the rice bowl, poured the batter in, then pressed the bake button. If you're nervous, try it out with cake mix in a box first. My friend says with standard rice cookers, you probably need to 'Cook' it twice.

If it was uncooked, they should've cooked it longer. If it was spilling over, then the recipe they used must've made a huge cake. o_O If it tasted bad, then it probably would've tasted bad if they had used the same ingredients and stuck it in the oven.

Ooh~ thank you very much! Exactly what I needed to know! :)

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I actually have a rice cooker that gives me the option to bake a cake but its new so i've never tried it =P Will do someday tho!

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i gotta try this sometime soon :ph34r:

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really? i'm really curious now!!

but i dont wanna ruin my rice cooker...

if it really does come out well[from other ppl]

i'm going to consider using it.

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my mom actually did that!

she baked a pound cake in our rice cooker and it turned out pretty good. it was done from the inside out, pretty awesome.

but the bowl that you put your rice in... the bottom, it started to come off or something... :o

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ooo sounds really interesting!! =)

i might try to make some vegan blueberry cake with this!! thanks for the info ^_^

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This is so cool! LOL

I seriously need to try one day!

I have a small useless ricecooker in the kitchen. It's really small but I can always make cupcakes or something.

COOL.

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Really? I should try this sometime...when I'm not lazy.

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=)

Yakitate Japan! this show is part of the reason why i became a cook+pasty cook.

lol@ rice cooker bread! XD

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