Anybody tried these? I've been thinking about it for some time now but though I should float the idea to see whether anyone's already blazed this trail.
Variables: My wife has tried rolled oats (quick-cooking but not, I think, actually 'instant') and we have only an old rice cooker--a 10-yr vet w/no adjustments beyond ON and OFF. The newer models (which I long to splurge on!) seem to be highly adjustable.
FYO, her results were just OK. Microwave was better. But I want to move on to the tastier steel-cut oats (Irish porridge). They take lots of cooking/stirring, which I'd prefer to avoid.
Also--what about risotto? Shd work in a rice-cooker, no? Maybe after overnight soaking?
All I can offer here is the correct pronunciation:
ree-ZOHT-tow not the usual ri-Zotto (and in Lotto). Note that in Italian a single S (except at the beginning of a word) is a Z or TZ sound.