Porridge with onions and pork. The Vikings had several options, when it came to making porridge. It could be made from barley, oats, buckwheat or millet. They mixed berries and apples into the porridge to add sweetness. Porridge was typically part of the daily food intake, especially that of the poor.
Developed in Japan at the original rice cooker factory, this state-of-the-art machine cooks perfect rice of all types. It also steams foods in the accompanying steamer basket, making porridge, cakes and more. Large LCD display includes clock and timer functions that allow you to pre-set cook times to suit your schedule.