BLACK+DECKER Rice Cooker 6-Cup (Cooked) with Steaming Basket, Removable Non-Stick Bowl, White

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  • 6-Cup Capacity – Prepare anywhere from 1 to 6 cups of cooked rice, great for small or large meals, and for leftovers. ETL Listed
  • Automatic Keep Warm – The rice stays ready for serving! The rice cooker automatically switches to the “keep warm” function after cooking is complete. Steamer Basket, Measuring Cup and Spoon Included
  • Nonstick Rice Pot – The nonstick rice pot is completely removable for easy dishwasher cleanup. Dimensions are 10 x 9.0 x 5.5 inches
  • Food Steaming Basket – The included food steaming basket lets you make healthy meals with vegetables, fish, and more. Measuring Cup and Spoon Included – The measuring cup makes it easy to cook the perfect amount of rice, and the plastic serving spoon prevents accidental scratches to the nonstick rice pot. Note: use only the rice cup to measure rice, never a true cup.
  • Volts: 120V. Wattage: 300W
BLACK+DECKER Rice Cooker 6-Cup (Cooked) with Steaming Basket, Removable Non-Stick Bowl, White
BLACK+DECKER Rice Cooker 6-Cup (Cooked) with Steaming Basket, Removable Non-Stick Bowl, White


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Specification: BLACK+DECKER Rice Cooker 6-Cup (Cooked) with Steaming Basket, Removable Non-Stick Bowl, White




3 Pounds

Product Dimensions

5.5"D x 10"W x 9"H

Power Source

Corded Electric

Product Care Instructions

Dishwasher Safe, Hand Wash



Special Feature




Lid Material

Tempered Glass

Item Weight

3.75 pounds


300 watts

Included Components

Cooking Base


120 Volts

Model Name

Rice Cooker


Spectrum Brands

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

October 13, 2015

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10 reviews for BLACK+DECKER Rice Cooker 6-Cup (Cooked) with Steaming Basket, Removable Non-Stick Bowl, White

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  1. Rebecca Kirk

    I had gotten a gift card for my birthday, and wanted to start investing in my partner’s kitchen before moving in, so I opted for a rice cooker to help as I do all the cooking. After looking at a handful of options, I landed on this one in the six cup size. After over six months, it’s been used almost once a week, and is still going strong.

    It’s small enough to fit in most spaces, and works well in our small kitchen. With only one switch on it, it’s simple enough for my kid to set up and operate, and my boyfriend who has trouble getting overwhelmed with too many settings can easily manage. It cleans up easily, and makes more than enough rice for us to have plenty fresh as well as leftovers for the following day or so. This size also came with a steam basket, which is useful, but small. I intend to get a little more creative with it in the coming months, but so far it’s a sturdy staple for my family’s kitchen.

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  2. Iona

    Both model sizes are best for: 1-2 servings; Mainly for individuals, couples, a bit more can be squeezed out of them if servings are kept smaller.

    Covers most cooking, even baking style options except for much higher temperature sort of cooking/baking like frying, broiling, grilling, roasting. These types of cooking methods are best done in another higher temperature (usually over1000 watts if electric powered) appliance like a regular range stove top, grill, or the portable stove tops sometimes called a hot plate.

    I did not just buy ONE, but TWO Black And Decker Rice Cookers-though a month apart from each other. They are the smallest (RC503) and the second smallest (RC506) models which are currently offered on their present model line up. I will discuss them both here equally in the Overview & Background section. Then in their respective individual model sections, I will discuss each one separately in far more detail. Overall, I have found them both to be so very adaptable, flexible, and meeting my food preparation and nutrition needs very well, sometimes exceeding my own wildest dreams as these cookers are definitely not a One Trick Pony. I bought them both because:
    -1. The huge global inflation that is causing food prices to skyrocket without an end in sight and
    -2. The global supply chain breakdown which has impacted, plus severely limiting, packaged frozen food for individuals and smaller groups to my local grocery stores in a dependable, predictable, and timely manner.

    While I usually prepare a 1 Pot meal or snacks using just one Rice Cooker at a time when cooking just for me, both of them can be used to make not only more food, but a variety of food when needed-generally one to two servings. I can feed up to about 4 servings depending on the size of the portion served separately intended for each person. These cookers take very little space either when stored or in use. They are very inexpensive (together I paid under 40 dollars for both at the time of this writing) and with the right recipes and ingredients, can do a wide variety of main and side dishes with so little clean up afterwards. When you do clean up the Inner Pot, use only soft non-abrasive sponge, rag, wet paper towels etc. or soak in soapy water before you start to wipe clean. Plus NEVER use metal utensils in these cookers or you will ruin the non-stick cooking surface. It is very easy to scratch it! Completely dry the insert itself before placing it back into the electric base.

    I had an unexpected side benefit of lower salt intake as well as consuming more nutritious food of grains (other than the expected rice), vegetables and controlling meat amount inclusion which helped me to lose 10-15 pounds without even knowing it! They are ultra portable and can be moved from not only from room to room, but travel if I ever do that again.

    I am a single person on the SNAP (food stamps) program right now. I am on a very limited food budget of hovering just under 200 dollars per month. That means I have to be very careful even before this huge inflation wave happened. While I always hunted for bargains, used store discount cards, and coupon clipped in the past, that proved not to be enough anymore, especially now with the double whammy of inflation and supply breakdown. I decided I need to eliminate food waste as close to 100% as possible. So I purchased the tiny RC503 first with my Stimulus check. I noticed such a huge drop in waste (approaching the upper 90 percentile), I decided to buy the RC506 a bit later as it is the smallest model to offer an included Steam Basket. Plus I needed a bit more “room” for a little more food. This combo proved to be the best means to reach, even exceed, my goals.

    ***Reasons To Buy Any/All Of These Rice Cooker:s***
    -*Rice Cookers can be used in less than ideal situations. If you don’t have a traditional kitchen available and need to set up some sort of makeshift portable/temporary/transitory/even an emergency sort of meal prep area, station, or center, all you need is a reliable power source (preferably an electrical outlet-otherwise a generator) to power up and operate the Cooker(s). RC503 is only 200 watts, and RC506 is 300 watts. So easy on electricity unlike the higher wattage appliances out there.
    -*Addressing Special Dietary Issues. If you or someone in your group has a special diet be prepared just for them, it is very easy to do in a rice cooker such as these. Even if you visit outside your home or residence at someone else’s place, it can be easily done right on the spot. Especially great for Diabetics, people with food allergies, personal/religious belief dietary restrictions (i.e. veganism, keeping Kosher etc.). You will still be able to dine with others without calling undue attention to the food in front of you just like everyone else.
    -*Faster than a “Slow” Cooker. Most meals average around 30 minutes or so.
    -*Not heating up the kitchen when the weather is very hot, especially hot and steamy, times of the year.
    -*Easy to use (only 1 Device Operating or Control Lever) and ability to prepare as simple or elaborate meals/snacks as you want.
    -*Cheap on the food budget without sacrificing nutrition . -*Proportion Control practiced without undercutting with a decent amount of food per person. Leftovers eliminated unless intentionally desired by the user.
    -*Numerous “Rice Cooker” recipes available both online, at your local public library, and in purchased cookbooks specializing in preparing raw ingredients in a rice cooker. I collected several books and searched online and I now have a huge selection of entrees to choose from. Just like eating out in a restaurant-without the cost!

    The smallest (and cutest) model offered. It DOES NOT come with a Steamer Basket. Still it is great for very small proportions (like a side dish or a snack). I cooked white rice in it just for me and it came out perfect! Just remember to use the included rice measuring cup and the spatula/spoon/scoop included in your box for best results.
    The included rice measuring cup is great for rice measuring accuracy within this Rice Cooker unless otherwise specified by your chosen recipe. Then I use the regular cups used by most people.. The usual regular measuring cups might make your rice overflow as it is somewhat bigger than the included rice measuring cup.

    This is the one size up model. I usually prepare my main 1 Pot course, a bit bulkier items (like ribs shown being prepared and served in the included photos), and could be pressed to squeeze out an extra proportion for an unexpected guest far easier than the micro mini RC503. The included Steamer Basket allows me to steam a little something extra within it without having to use my little RC503 all the time just for a very small extra amount of food. Just remember to use the spatula/spoon/scoop plus the rice measuring cup included in your box for best results.
    The included rice measuring cup is great for rice measuring accuracy within this Rice Cooker. . The usual regular measuring cups might make your rice overflow as it is somewhat bigger than the included rice measuring cup unless otherwise specified by your chosen recipe. Then I use the regular cups used by most people.

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  3. Terry bodnar

    Nos encantó la arrocera, es súper fácil de usar y linda, los materiales parecen de buena calidad y al primer uso nos quedó el arroz delicioso! No se pegó pues el recipiente parece antiadherente y tampoco se quemó, ni siquiera se doró como había visto en algunas reseñas, todo lo hace sola así que la recomiendo ampliamente, salvo por el tamaño, es muy pequeña y si eres “tragoncito” como nosotros pues te hará falta más arroz… 😅😅 las 3 tazas apenas son suficientes para tres personas, pero igual fue una muy buena compra. Sólo espero que sea duradera, debería serlo por la marca, esperemos que sí. 🤞🏻

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  4. Sarajane

    I used to hate making rice – I’ve always been bad at it. We eat a lot of yellow rice in our house and both my husband and I always seem to burn the bottom of the pot when making it (so it’s not just me). This rice cooker is so cheap and it’s really changed our dinner in our house. Making rice is so easy now so I make it more – and all you have to do is chuck it in there and leave it. So easy and it’s made perfect rice every time. It’s also very easy to clean!

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  5. Steven T.

    Presently used for parboiled rice. This item is excellent. Will try the Steamer later.

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  6. Iona

    Have had this for 3 weeks now, it works very well. It’s relatively small, about half the size of a family sized unit and does not take up much counter space. The cooking pan is easy to clean. I’ve prepared both white and brown rice and both came out perfectly, with no overcooked or scorched rice. The size is ideal for a two-person household, but you can make up to 6 cups of cooked rice and feed many more if desired. One of the nice features is the warm function which, after cooking the rice, automatically holds it at exactly the right temperature for eating. This takes away one time-sensitive activity when cooking a meal, you can set it and forget it, the rice is held perfectly even if something else gets delayed.

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  7. Gabrielleeeeee

    We eat a lot of rice. For the longest time, we just made it in a pot on the stove. This made a world of difference. The texture of the rice is much better. It seems to take a little longer to cook but it is well worth it.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Makes enough for one , easy to use & clean

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  9. Mike from Florida

    This rice cooker cooks rice quickly. Cooks well. My only complaint is that at the bottom of the container, the rice gets a little burnt each time. It’s not terrible but it’s not perfect. This seems to be a common problem with these small rice cookers.

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  10. Sher Lock

    My Black and Decker 3-cup rice cooker is just what I needed for one person. It is easy to use, has a veggie steamer in the top, a rice measuring cup, and a rice serving/stirring utensil. It cleans up easily and cooks the rice just right. It has settings for many different kinds of rice and grains. It is not huge, stores easily.

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