Gyudon (beef on rice), tendon (tempura on rice), oyakodon (chicken-and-egg on rice), kaisendon (seafood on rice). All Japanese cuisine standards and all with a common theme: the "don" part, which stands for donburi (a big bowl of rice). Like the one in the Takitate Don High-Speed Donburi Cooker, the easiest way to make all the above dishes, pretty much everything involving rice, and everything that comes in a retort pouch!
Essentially a one-person rice cooker with an extra tray for steaming or cooking the dish that goes with the rice, the Takitate Don High-Speed Donburi Cooker takes up just 18 x 14.8 cm (7 x 5.8") of your kitchen or dining table, and cooks 330 ml (11.2 fl oz) of rice in the donburi and another 300 ml (10.1 fl oz) of anything else on the tray, giving you a full meal. Which you can even eat in the donburi itself and so have fewer dishes to wash after dinner!
Specs and Features:
- Capacity (rice bowl): 330 ml (11.2 fl oz)
- Capacity (side dish tray): 300 ml (10.1 fl oz)
- Cooking time: 1 measure of rice approx. 20 min.
- Dimensions: 18 x 14.8 cm (7 x 5.8")
- Weight: approx. 630 g (1.4 lbs)
- Materials: PP, silicone, fluorine-coated aluminum, fluorine-coated steel, PPS, aluminum, steel
- Operating voltage: AC 100 V, 50-60 Hz
- Power consumption: approx. 200 W
- Power cable length: approx. 100 cm (3.3 ft)
- Comes with measuring cup
- Instructions/manual: Japanese