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Mitsubishi Electric NJ-EXSA10JH Instruction Manual

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This appliance is designed for use in Hong Kong
and Macau only and please do not use in any other
countries.
Before use, please read this Instruction
Manual carefully to ensure proper and safety
use.
Please make sure the date of purchase, retail
store name and other items are correctly filled
in the Warranty Card.
Please keep the Instruction Manual and
Warranty Card in a safe place.

Table of Contents

Features ········································2
Inner Pot ········································2
····························3
Names and Functions of Parts ···············6
How to Cook Tasty Rice ·······················8
Points for Cooking by Rice Type ············9
Cooking Japanese Brown Rice ············ 14
Cooking Various Kinds of Rice ············ 16
• HOUZYUN • STICKY RICE • SUSHI
• MIXED • CONGEE • CONGEE
Keeping Rice Warm ························· 18
How to Adjust the Current Time ··········· 19
If Power Cut Occurs ························· 19
• Set the finish time ········································· 20
Cleaning ······································ 22
Status Display································ 26
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Specifications ································ 36
Sticky Rice ···································· 29
Sushi ·········································· 30
Mixed Rice ··································· 32
Brown Rice ··································· 34
Congee ········································ 35
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Features ········································2 Inner Pot ········································2 Safety Precautions ····························3 Names and Functions of Parts ···············6 How to Cook Tasty Rice ·······················8 Points for Cooking by Rice Type ············9 Cooking Rice <Basics> ····················· 10 Cooking White Rice/Japanese White Rice (QUICK)··· 12 Cooking Japanese Brown Rice ············...

  • Page 2: Features

    Before Use Features Charcoal-coated Thick Steamless Pot and Continuous- This feature makes continuous boiling possible without caring about boiling over the steam vent and can cook fluffy rice that boiling IH tastes sweet. Steam is processed inside the cooker and cooking odor is eliminated by absorption in water.

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Before Use Safety Precautions The following categories describe hazards caused by The meanings of the graphic symbols are as follows. mishandling and their levels. Indicates a hazard caused by mishandling that may WARNING Prohibited disassembly result in death or serious injury. Observe instructions Indicates a hazard caused by mishandling that may result...

  • Page 4

    • There is another abnormality or failure. To prevent a failure or accident, pull out the power plug and To prevent boiling over or injury. then inform Mitsubishi Electric. CAUTION Do not touch the hot parts during Do not touch the hook button when you carry the appliance cooking and immediately after use.

  • Page 5

    This rice cooker is designed for household use. Please do not use it for ATTENTION * Inner Pot commercial use or any purposes other than cooking rice at home. Do not bring an object that is prone to Keep the main unit and the area around it magnetic or electric wave interference clean close to the appliance.

  • Page 6: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Before Use Names and Functions of Parts Main Unit Power Cord Power Plug Firmly insert the main unit plug all the way into the unit connector on left side Control Panel of the main unit at the back. Hook Button Press the button to open the lid.

  • Page 7: Control Panel

    Control Panel TIMER button Press the button to make a reservation • Make a reservation by time P.20 • Make a reservation in 1- hour increments P.21 LCD Display Rice Cooking Indicator (red) HOUR/MINUTE buttons Displays the settings Press the buttons to adjust the Lit during rice cooking Displays the status clock and reservation time...

  • Page 8: How To Cook Tasty Rice

    How to Cook Rice How to Cook Tasty Rice Use good quality rice Adjust the amount of water correctly P.11 Use your favorite brand of rice that has been polished as recently as possible. Place the inner pot on a level surface and adjust the Since the quality of rice deteriorates over time, store amount of water correctly.

  • Page 9: Points For Cooking By Rice Type

    Points for Cooking by Rice Type Configure the settings appropriately according to the type of rice and your preference. By default, the type of rice is set to and the texture of rice is set to Setup Procedure Texture of Rice setting Water rice...

  • Page 10: Cooking Rice Basics

    How to Cook Rice Cooking Rice Basics Put water in the tank. Rinse the rice. 1 Take out the tank from the main unit and 1 Measure the rice. remove the lid of the tank. Use the supplied measuring cup. White rice, brown rice, etc.

  • Page 11

    Start cooking Keep warm. 3 Adjust the amount of water. 1 Insert the inner pot in the main unit. Connect the main unit plug into the Flatten the surface of the rice and adjust the amount of water to the water level scale according to the rice type unit connector and then insert the and menu.

  • Page 12: Cooking White Rice/japanese White Rice (quick)

    How to Cook Rice Cooking White Rice/Japanese White Rice (QUICK) HOUZYUN P.16 <Before Use> Put water in the tank. P.10 <After Use> Drain the water from the tank after it has cooled down and then clean the tank. P.22 When cooking rice with the initial settings: Rice and rice texture Start from Step...

  • Page 13

    Do not touch hot parts while the rice is being CAUTION cooked or kept warm (doing so may cause a burn). Approximate At a voltage of 220 V, room temperature of 23°C, water temperature of 23°C, and standard water level. cooking times The cooking times slightly vary depending on the amount of rice, season of the year, room temperature, water temperature, amount of water, voltage, and so...

  • Page 14: Cooking Japanese Brown Rice

    How to Cook Rice Cooking Japanese Brown Rice <Before Use> Put water in the tank. P.10 <After Use> Drain the water from the tank after it has cooled down and then clean the tank. P.22 When cooking rice with the previous settings: Confirm the settings on the LCD display and then start from Step to cook the rice.

  • Page 15

    Do not touch hot parts while the rice is being CAUTION cooked or kept warm (doing so may cause a burn). Approximate At a voltage of 220 V, room temperature of 23°C, water temperature of 23°C, and standard water level. cooking times The cooking times slightly vary depending on the amount of rice, season of the year, room temperature, water temperature, amount of water,...

  • Page 16: Cooking Various Kinds Of Rice

    How to Cook Rice Cooking Various Kinds of Rice Approximate cooking times SUSHI HOUZYUN SUSHI STICKY RICE JAPAN Approx. 67–75 Approx. 50–59 Approx. 49–58 Select with the button and WHITE minutes minutes minutes select “FIRM” with the button. P.12–13 MIXED CONGEE Approx.

  • Page 17: (1:7 Ratio Of Rice To Water)

    CONGEE CONGEE (1:7 ratio of rice to water) <White rice> <Japanese white rice, brown rice> Cooking capacity: max. 0.75 cups Cooking capacity: max. 0.75 cups Water level scale: (WHITE) “CONGEE” Water level scale: (JAPAN WHITE) If the recipe includes ingredients “CONGEE”...

  • Page 18: Keeping Rice Warm

    How to Cook Rice Keeping Rice Warm When rice cooking is finished, keep-warm mode turns on automatically. The “KEEP WARM” indicator turns on. The elapsed keep-warm time is displayed in 1-hour increments up to 24 hours. (“0 HR” is displayed for less than one hour.) When 24 hours have elapsed, the current time will be displayed.

  • Page 19: Keeping Rice Warm

    The time display and stored data such as a reservation will be lost when the power plug is pulled out. To replace the battery Please ask Mitsubishi Electric service centre to replace the battery as it is fixed inside the unit. (Service charge will be incurred.)

  • Page 20: Using Timer To Cook Rice

    Tips Before making a reservation, Using Timer to Cook Rice put water into the tank. P.10 the finish time (TIMER1/TIMER2) Rice is automatically cooked and finishes at the set time. Two reservation times can be saved so you can, for example, use one of them in the morning and the other one in the evening. •...

  • Page 21: Set The finish Time In 2-12 Hours From Now

    Set the finish time in 2–12 hours from now (Easy reservation) You can make a reservation in 1-hour increments. Press TIMER three times to select TIMER AFTER. Blip The “TIMER” indicator (green) turns on. blip The “START” indicator (red) flashes. blip <Example display>...

  • Page 22: Cleaning

    Tips Cleaning Before cleaning, pull out the power plug, remove the main unit plug, and then wait until the main unit cools. Clean the Parts after Use Every Time Cartridge Tank <Clean the cartridge after it has cooled down> Wash it Wash it Rinse it with water and then wipe off the water.

  • Page 23

    Detergent other than dishwashing liquid (neutral) Do not use the Benzene, bleach, thinner, alcohol, cleanser following things Steel scrubbing brush or other scrubbing brush, nylon surface of a cleaning sponge, or Doing so may cause cleaning sponge with nylon net scratches, corrosion, Dish washer or dish dryer discoloration, and...

  • Page 24: Water Level

    Tips Cleaning (cont.) Clean the Parts after Use Every Time (Cont.) Heater Plate Wipe it with a well-wrung-out cloth. If the heater plate is left unclean, rust and burning may occur. Bottom Sensor Water Temperature Top Frame Sensor Tank Holder Wipe it with a well-wrung-out cloth.

  • Page 25: When You Cannot Cook Rice Well

    When You Cannot Cook Rice Well Category Trouble Causes and Solutions Rice is too soft. Did you measure the rice correctly with the supplied measuring cup? Using a kitchen measuring cup or measuring rice bin may result in an error. P.10–11 Rice is too firm.

  • Page 26: Status Display

    Tips When You Cannot Cook Rice Well (cont.) Category Trouble Causes and Solutions Rice has odor. Did you keep the rice warm for more than 24 hours? Did you close the lid firmly? Rice becomes yellow. Did you keep the rice warm with the rice scoop inside? Rice dries up.

  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Before requesting repairs, please read the instruction manual carefully and check the following points. Trouble Causes and Solutions Cooking time is too long. Did the amount of rice you cooked exceed the maximum amount of rice that can be P.36 cooked? Is the menu appropriate?

  • Page 28

    If you are unable to resolve the problem despite performing the above checks, stop using the appliance and be sure to disconnect the power plug. Notify Mitsubishi Electric service centre of the circumstances of the problem and the alphanumeric characters (...

  • Page 29: Sticky Rice

    Recipes Sticky Rice Use supplied measuring cup (1 cup = approx. 180 mL). 1 tablespoon = 15 mL, 1 teaspoon = 5 mL (1 mL = 1 cc). Cooking Capacity for Sticky Rice Max. 4 cups (Using Japanese rice) Ingredients (4 servings) 3 cups sticky rice (Japanese rice) Red Bean Rice 1/4 cups (approx.

  • Page 30: Sushi

    Recipes Sushi Vinegar .....Use high-quality rice vinegar for the best results. Tips for Making Soup stock (dashi) ...Cook with soup stock made from dried kelp, or water and a dash Sushi Rice of sake. (Using Japanese rice) Vinegar mix ....When serving with sashimi such as tuna, reduce sweetness by cutting down on the amount of sugar in the sushi rice recipe below.

  • Page 31

    Salmon Sushi Make sushi rice. See “Hand-Roll Sushi” on Rice P.30 Grill salmon without burning. Remove skin and bones, mix with MENU FIRM sake and vinegar after cut into flakes. Cut ginger into thin strips and Ingredients (4 servings) remove harsh taste. Cut white radish Same amount of rice and vinegar mix as P.30 sprouts into 2 cm pieces.

  • Page 32: Mixed Rice

    Recipes Mixed Rice Tips for Making Mixed Rice Cooking Capacity for Mixed Rice Max. 3 cups using white rice Follow the tips below for the best results. Have water ready in bowl Add ingredients quickly when and add all at once steaming Rice initially absorbs water easily.

  • Page 33

    Bamboo Shoot Remove tips of bamboo shoots and cut vertically in half. Cut remainder into thin Rice slices. Wash rice until water runs clear. Place rice and A in inner pot, add water to MENU MIXED the line marked “3” for (White rice) “WHITE”...

  • Page 34: Brown Rice

    Recipes Brown Rice Cooking Capacity for Brown Rice Max. 3 cups (Using Japanese rice) Lightly wash brown rice to remove dust Brown Rice and husk. Place in inner pot and add water to the MENU REGULAR line marked “3” for “BROWN”. Select Ingredients (4 servings) and cook.

  • Page 35: Congee

    Congee White Rice Cooking Capacity for Congee Wash rice until water runs clear. Place rice in inner pot and add water to the Max. 0.75 cup Congee line marked “0.75” for (White rice) (Up to 0.5 cup with ingredients) “CONGEE” or (Japanese white rice) “CONGEE”.

  • Page 36: Specifications

    — — MIXED Mixed rice JAPAN JAPAN × 62–69 — — MIXED WHITE WHITE Sole Agent in Hong Kong Mitsubishi Electric Ryoden Air-Conditioning & Visual Information Systems (Hong Kong) Limited. Head Office: Tel.: 2510 1505 Service Center: Tel.: 2427 8484...

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