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Chicken & Daikon Soup (Rice Cooker Recipe)

Last week, I had the great pleasure of meeting tigerfish from teczcape when she came back to Singapore for a few days. Tigerfish recently published a cookbook, The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook, and I was so happy to receive a signed copy from her. Prior to tigerfish’s cookbook, the only thing I know how to cook in the rice cooker is … rice! In this recipe, the rice cooker is successfully used to cook a hearty pot of Chinese chicken & daikon soup.

Rice Cooker Chicken & Daikon Soup Recipe

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Rice Cooker Chicken & Daikon Soup Recipe
This is a nourishing soup with cooling & qi-balancing” properties. Daikon, like luo han guo (monk’s fruit), is known to be beneficial for soothing a sore throat. It is also great for cleansing (detoxification). With the rice cooker acting like a slow cooker, the chicken meat was so tender it was practically falling off the bones. This recipe can be easily adapted by whatever equipment you use to cook soup – may it be a slow cooker, a normal soup pot on the stove, or keeping the soup warm for long hours in a thermal pot.

Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook

Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook
About the cookbook: There are more than 300 rice cooker recipes in this collection. Now I know it’s not just rice you can cook in a rice cooker. You also don’t need a high-end rice cooker to cook the dishes. All the dishes, I was told, can be whipped up in a traditional and inexpensive “keep warm/cook” rice cooker. I think this book is perfect for those into one-pot cooking, and extremely useful for people who wish to expand their range of cooking with minimal appliances (imagine students living in hostels). The book brings out the versatility of one-pot cooking teaching you techniques such as steaming, stir-frying, stewing and braising, all in the rice cooker. Now I know that besides rice, I can also cook pasta, congee, seafood, desserts, curries, stews, vegetables and more.

73 comments on “Chicken & Daikon Soup (Rice Cooker Recipe)”

  1. What a great idea to cook soup!! Thanks for sharing. Tigerfish is really talented! I never know that rice cooker can be used in so many interesting ways.

  2. Tried making this soup yesterday. It tastes great. Sometimes I will combine carrot and white radish, so that my soup will be filled with the sweetness of both veg.

    • glad it turned out well. Great idea to combine carrot and daikon! in the actual recipe by tigerfish, it said you can substitute carrots with daikon, or use a combi of both. I’m sure the carrots add extra sweetness and taste to the soup :)

  3. I discover your blog from the Cooking Hut to PigPig to you. Love this dish but I only have a very basic rick cooker, one button National brand. Once the rice is done, I can’t continue to keep it warm. I love looking at your dish, though. Like your blog. Will come back to visit.

  4. I only have a one button basic 15-year old National brand rice cooker. the button pops up when the rice is done. I guess I cannot cook this dish with it. I love this dish, may be try it in a slow cooker.

    • Hi Wendy, thanks for your kind words. Yup, you can either cook this in a slow cooker, or use a soup pot and simmer it on the stove top :)

  5. i use rice cooker to cook soups very often, as it can be kept warm for everyone. I choose to buy one with multi function, so other than cooking rice, soups and porridge are cook very often too.. And it is so easy to use. Just place them in the rice cooker and set the cooking time, eg, 1 hrs or 2hrs. I do not even have to watch over it. Everything is ready at dinnertime. And as i am using the multi function rice cooker, i realise that the water will not dry up.

  6. Hi. Can i follow the steps and cook on the pot instead of rice cooker?

    • Hi xiuhui, you definitely can. You probably need to increase the water (say to 1.2 to 1.5l, then adjust if you need more), because there is less reduction in the rice cooker.

  7. Hi,

    Love your recipes!!! Keep up the fantastic work! May I ask where can I get the “The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook” from? Thanks very much!

    • Hi, if you are in Singapore, try local major bookstores such as Borders and Kino. You can call them for stock availability before visiting.

  8. can this recipe be used with a slow cooker too?

  9. I guess my question is rather stupid, but do you cook the rice first or the soup first?

    I can never figure out on how to keep the rice warm if I cook the soup last. My kitchen is too small to put in a microwave oven, so I either use the rice cooker or the stove.

  10. Could I check what is the right or minimum size of rice cooker to do this?
    I have a small panasonic one which def does not fit a drum stick in…

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