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Pars Khazar Automatic Persian Rice Cooker 8 Cup
Pars Khazar Iranian Rice Cooker “Polopaz” is a simple, durable and at the same time practical product. This product is a very desirable option for home use with a family of 8 people. Also, the average power consumption and non-stick Teflon material make the use of this product easier.
- Brand: Pars Khazar
- Capacity: 8 Cup
- Voltage: 220v
- Power: 500w
- Usable countries: European Countries, UK, Arabian Countries, Most of Asian Countries, etc
Automatic Pars Rice Cooker 8 Cup
This Automatic Persian Rice Cooker Brand Pars Khazar “Polopaz” has 8 Cup capacity and works with 220v power. Iranian cuisine is very famous in the world and perhaps the most famous of them is the way of cooking Iranian rice and its Tahdig. Using Pars Khazar rice cooker, you can easily cook rice at home in the style of Iranian food. Pars Khazar company was founded in November 1982 as a small industrial parts manufacturing workshop. Historically a major producer of portable heaters and air conditioners, the company has expanded to include nearly every category of small domestic appliances in the food preparation and cooking, as well as household cleaning and ironing. A rice cooker is an electric device in which the rice cooker heats the device by means of electricity that reaches its elements and cooks rice, water and oil in a container; These elements are located under the rice cooker. Persian Rice Cooker has a global reputation. There are different brands under the name of Persian Rice Cooker in the world, but none of them are made in Iran. Buy Persian Rice Cooker with confidence at ShopiPersia. We Ship Worldwide.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Material||Aluminum with non-stick Teflon inner layer|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Other Details||- Ability to cook rice with different degrees.|
- Pyrex glass doors with valves for steam exit.
- Use of timers and thermostats with high accuracy and quality to adjust different cooking modes and optimal energy consumption