Easy Rice Cooker Pancake

How to cook a delicious-looking pancake from a rice cooker? It’s incredibly easy like you wouldn’t believe it! Let’s get started!

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/06/14/how-to-make-epic-pancakes-with-your-japanese-rice-cooker/

My inspiration & photo credit from: en.rocketnews24.com/2014/06/14/how-to-make-epic-pancakes-with-your-japanese-rice-cooker/

Ingredients:

1) 2 cups of pancake mix (in this case I use bisquick)

2) 1 cup of milk

3) 2 eggs

Additional Ingredients: 

1) 2-3 teaspoons of brown sugar to add a bit of sweetness

2) 1-2 teaspoon of butter because why not….

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Simple ingredients to make a rice cooker pancake!

At first I was slightly worried about the size of my rice cooker, since it’s larger than the usual cutesy Japanese rice cooker, that the pancake won’t turn out as “cutesy-delish-looking.”  But as you will see, whatever size your rice cooker is, the pancake will be totally fine! If I can do it, you definitely can.

Just put all the pancake ingredients in the rice cooker, however you like to cook your pancake, and mix it well. (As you can see from the bubbles….I didn’t mix it well enough keke)

Tips: I like to warm up the milk in the microwave first for about 45 seconds, before I mix in the egg, sugar and butter. Then I pour the mixture into the pancake powder mix.

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The pancake mixture in the rice cooker.

I just pressed the regular “white rice” button on my rice cooker and wait for the magic to happen.

First time around, when the rice cooker beeped that it’s finished, the pancake was not ready. The mixture was still gooey. So I pressed another round of “white rice” and see how it would go. Since everyone has a different type/size of rice cooker, and different recipes of pancake mix, you will just have to play it by ear and estimate your cooking time from observation.

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What the rice-cooker pancake will look like (upside down) when it’s about done 🙂

After seeing this, it’s almost ready 🙂 I “keep warm” for another 5 minutes just so it gets a bit more done and ready.

And the result?!?!?

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Voila!

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Voila! The ready-to-eat pancake from a rice cooker.

Even if I didn’t cook it myself, I would still say it looks pretty darn GOOD! Another thing? It smells amazing!

Now, let’s slice it open and look on the inside.

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Slice it up and ready to serve!

It’s evenly cooked and I couldn’t be more happy with the result! It’s so incredibly easy, looks awesome and tastes oh-so-good 😀

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Sweet pancake from a rice cooker

Sweet or savory? Whatever your cup of tea is, bon appetit!

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Savory pancake from a rice cooker

If you like my blog, please feel free to like and share 🙂 Show me your photos once you try making your own rice cooker pancake!

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About berriesenthusiast

I'm a foodie from Bangkok. I love to travel. I enjoy and appreciate the little things in life.

2 responses to “Easy Rice Cooker Pancake

  1. What kind ofRice cooker did you use? Digital or On/Off

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