User`s MANUAL - Koryo
Congratulations! Thank you for buying this KORYO appliance. Your new Electric Cooker has been designed for your convenience. We are
sure you will get many years of trouble free service from this appliance.
Before commissioning this device please read this user manual carefully. Please retain this user manual, warranty certificate, sales receipt
and if possible carton with the inner packaging.
Important safeguards........................................................................3
To clean. . ..........................................................................................3
Parts identification............................................................................4
Before using the first time.................................................................4
Electric Cord.....................................................................................4
How to use.. ......................................................................................5
Caution. . ...........................................................................................5
Caution. . ...........................................................................................5
E-Waste Disposal . . ............................................................................5
Warranty ........................................................................................ 10
This product is for household used only.
Basic safety precautions should always be followed when using electrical appliances, including the following:
1. Read all instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time.
2. Always attach electric cord to the appliance before plugging into the wall outlet. Unplug from outlet when not in use.
3. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven. Place the appliance on a stable surface.
4. Do not let electric cord touch hot surface or hang over the edge of a counter or table.
5. Be extremely careful when moving an appliance containing hot water.
6. Scalding may occur if the lid is opened while cooking is in progress.
7. Always unplug the appliance and allow to cool off before cleaning. To protect against electric shock, do not immerse
the appliance and electric cord in water or any liquid, or allow liquid to come into contact with electrical parts.
8. Do not operate the appliance outdoors.
9. Do not use the appliance for other than intended use.
10. Close supervision is necessary when this products is used by or near children. Do not let children use the appliance
by themselves.
11. Do not operate the appliance with a damage power cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been
damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to an authorised service facility for repair or replacement of parts.
12. Always operate the appliance at the rated voltage and frequency.
Always unplug the electric cooker and allow to cool off before cleaning.
1. Wash the cooking pan with warm, soapy water using a sponge or soft cloth. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
products (scratch bright, steel wool, etc.) which are not considered safe to use on non-stick coatings. Rinse and dry
thoroughly. Keep the cooking pan clean especially if salt or salty ingredients have been used. Salt is very corrosive
and will damage the non-stick lining. The non-stick coating will slowly peeled off from time to time after a period of
used. This is normal and will not affect your health or the use of the electric cooker.
2. Detach the inner lid from the shaft by gently tugging it outwards.Soak briefly and wash clean.
3. Gently remove the dew collector (fitted onto the back of the rice cooker)by pulling downwards. Discard the water after
every use.
4. Wipe over other surfaces with a damp cloth, paying attention to recesses which could trap food or water. Do not
immerse the cooker in water or any liquid.
Check to make sure the heating plate is clean and free of food which could interfere with the proper functioning of the
electric cooker. Any burnt residue could be removed by gently scrubbing the heating plate with a damp piece of steel
wool. Then wipe and dry the heating plate to ensure good contact with the cooking pan.
1. Do not use multipurpose adaptor.
2. Do not operate the electric cooker when empty or when maximum capacity is exceeded.
3. Keep away from direct sources of heat or strong sunlight to prevent possible damage.
4. Do not cover or obstruct the steam vent. Where possible, keep the electric cooker away from overhead cabinets or
Replace rubber gasket on the lid when it is showing signs of fatigue or wear.
(Please contact your local Authorised Service Center for replacement details.)
6. Always keep the electric cooker unplugged when not in use.
7. Do not immerse the electric cooker or supply cord in water or any liquid or allow any liquid to come into contact
with electrical parts.
Remove all packaging materials. Wash the non-stick cooking pan with warm, soapy water using a sponge or soft cloth.
Rinse thoroughly. Wipe the lid and make sure the exterior of the cooking pan is dry.
The electric cord needs to be pulled to its full extension prior to use. Stop pulling when a coloured band comes into view.
The cord will automatically retract into the appliance.
Measure the required quantity of rice using measuring cup provided. Wash rice in a sieve until the water is clear, then
put rice in the cooking pan and add water up to the level which corresponds to the measure of rice used. E.g. For 4
cups of rice, 8 cups of water to be added. However, the quantity of water used will depend on the age and strain of the
rice, as well as personal taste. Do not exceed the maximum water level mark.
2. Place the cooking pan inside the electric cooker, but make sure that the base is dry. Ensure that cooking pan is in
direct contact with the heating element by rotating it slightly left and right until it sits properly. The electric cooker
may malfunction if the cooking pan is incorrectly positioned. Always keep the exterior bottom of the cooking pan and
heating plate clean and dry.
3. When ready to cook, connect the power supply cord to the electric cooker first, then plug into an AC wall outlet. Press
COOK. Once the rice is cooked, a built-in heat sensor will automatically switch to WARM mode. Allow rice to cool for
about 15 minutes before serving.
Using the rice paddle, stir the rice to keep the grains separate. Do not use metal utensils on the non-stick lined cooking
pan. Remember to unplug the electric cooker when not in use.
5. When rice is cooked, it can be kept warm for a long time. The cooker won’t be damaged after keeping warm for 24
hours long.
Keep away from direct source of heat or sunlight to prevent possible damage. Do not cover or obstruct the steam vent.
Do not touch hot steam from the steam vent while the cooker is in use. Always keep the electric cooker unplugged when
not in use. To avoid damage to the cooker, do not use the cooking pot from any other brand or model of electric cooker.
This symbol on the product or on the container indicates that this product cannot be eliminated with the
general waste. The user is responsible for eliminating this kind of waste by throwing them away at a “recycling
point” specifically for electrical and electronic waste. Selective collection and electrical equipment recycling
contribute to preserve natural resources and warrant waste recycling to protect environment and health.
In order to receive further information about electrical and electronic waste collecting and recycling, contact your Local
Council, the service of household waste or the establishment where the product was acquired.
Basmati Rice
2 cups
4 cups
Mixed vegetables
(cauliflower, carrots, beans, potatoes)
1/2 kg
3 nos (sliced)
Bay leaf
1 no
1/2 tsp
5 tbsp
Mint, coriander leaves
2 tbsp each (chopped)
Salt to taste
To be ground to a paste
3 cms
8 cloves
Green chillies
3 nos
Poppy seeds
2 tsp
2 tsp
Coriander powder
2 tsp
Chilli powder
1/2 tsp
4 nos
4 nos
5 cms
Add water to the cooker pan. Pour in the cleaned rice. Place the pan in the cooker. Close the lid and allow rice to soak for 15 minutes.
Add salt and diced vegetables. Heat ghee in a kadai. Add shahjeera and bay leaf. Add sliced onion and fry till brown. Add the ground
masala, fry for 2 minutes. Add mint and coriander leaves. Remove from fire and add contents to the cooker pan. Stir gently and replace
the lid. Switch on the cooker to ‘Cooking’. Stirring the biryani gently once, half way through the cooking helps to distribute the flavours
and seasoning uniformly. When the biryani is cooked, the switch will automatically move to the ‘Keep Warm’ position. Let the biryani
steam for 10-15 minutes before switching off the cooker and serving. Alternatively, leave the biryani in the cooker in ‘Keep Warm’
position, till time to serve (up to 4 hrs.)
Variation for Minced Meat Biryani
Leave out the vegetables, soak 350 gms of cleaned mince meat in half a cup of curd for one hour. When the masala is fried, add meat
with the curds and cook till dry. Then simply follow the method described for Vegetable Biryani.
Roasted semolina (rava) 2 cups
2 cups
4 cups
1 cup
Tinned pineapple pieces
1 cup (chopped)
Pineapple essence
1 tsp
Yellow food colour
Gather all the ingredients, place in the cooker pan, mix well. Place in cooker, cover with the lid and press the switch to ‘Cooking’. The
switch will move to ‘Keep Warm’ in 15 - 20 minutes. In case there is excess liquid, mix well and press the switch once again to ‘Cooking’.
When the halwa is ready, the switch will automatically move to ‘Keep Warm’. Switch off the cooker, transfer the halwa to a serving dish
and decorate with extra pineapple slices. If using fresh pineapple cook it with 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water for 5 minutes. Drain from
syrup and use.
Variation for Plain Kesari
Leave out the pineapple, essence and yellow food colour. Use roasted cashewnuts, cardamom powder and orange red colour.
Basmati rice
2 cups
4 cups
1 (about 800 gms)
1/2 cup
Chilli powder
1/2 tsp
Ginger 2 cms
Garlic 4 cloves (grind with ginger)
Salt To taste
Green chillies 4 - 6 nos (chopped)
Onions 5 nos sliced
Mint leaves 2 tbsp
Ghee 6 tbsp
Coriander leaves 2 tbsp
Cardamom 5 nos
Cloves 5 nos
Cinnamon 3 nos
Poppy seeds
2 tsp
(Powder the Cardamom, Cloves, Cinnamon, Poppy seeds together.)
Remove the skin from the chicken, then join it. Clean well and squeeze till dry. Mix with curds, one teaspoon salt, chilli powder and
ginger-garlic paste. Soak for two hours. Clean the rice. Place in the pan of the cooker. Add water, and the remaining salt. Heat ghee
in a kadai and fry onions till brown and crisp. Add the chicken and curds to the kadai. Fry till the liquid is absorbed. Add the powdered
ingredients, mint and the coriander leaves. Remove from fire. Add to the rice in the cooker. Mix well, place in cooker and put on the lid.
Switch on to ‘Cooking’. When the rice is done, the switch will automatically move to ‘Keep Warm’. Switch off the cooker after 15 minutes.
Mix gently and serve hot or allow to keep warm till time to serve (up to 4 hours). Garnish if desired, with boiled eggs and fried nuts.
For Non-Stick Models
The cooking plate is not required. First fry the masala directly in the Non-Stick Pan. Then add rice and water. Gently stir a couple of
times during ‘Cooking’ and do not ‘Keep Warm’ for more than one hour.
Broiler chicken joints 500 gms
Water or chicken stock 1 litre
Onions 1/2 cup (chopped)
Capsicum 1/2 cup (discard seeds and chop)
2 stalks (minced)
Parsley 4-5 springs (minced)
2 cloves (minced)
Sweet corn (cream style) 1 tin
Noodles (broken into pieces) 1/2 cup
Eggs 2 nos
Tinned mushrooms 3 tbsp (drained and sliced)
Salt and pepper To taste
Chicken pieces to be placed in the cooker pan, along with water and 1 tsp salt. Close the lid. Switch on to ‘Cooking’. Once the water
in the cooker begins to boil add onions, capsicum, celery, parsley and garlic. When the chicken is cooked, use tongs to remove the
chicken on to a plate. Drop the noodles into the cooking pan. While the noodles cook, debone the chicken, flake the meat and add it
to the simmering chowder. Once the noodles are cooked, add sweet corn and mushrooms. Beat the eggs lightly. When the chowder
begins to boil, pour the eggs in a thin stream, stirring the chowder with a fork, so the eggs set as thin strands. Add pepper and more salt
if necessary. Switch off and serve hot.
Note: Open lid only to add ingredients and cover immediately.
Cooking time 35 minutes
Potato 1 no. medium size
Onion 1 no. medium size
Carrot 1 no. medium size
Turnip 1 no. medium size
Tender beans 5 nos
Cabbage 1 piece (500 gms)
Garlic 4 cloves
Celery 1 stalk
Tomato 1 large (hybrid quality)
Water or Vegetable stock 4 cups
Milk 1/2 cup
Salt and pepper To taste
Garnish: croutons and grated cheese
First peel, de-seed and chop up the tomato. Shred the cabbage into small bits. Mince all the other vegetables and garlic. Place in the
pan of the cooker . Pour water in and cover with the lid. Switch on to ‘Cooking’ and cook till all the vegetables are very soft. Using a
laddle, strain out 2 cups of cooked vegetables and blend in a mixer with the milk. Return the puree to the pan. Season with salt and
pepper (to taste). Replace the lid. When the soup begins to boil again, switch off the cooker and serve the soup hot, garnished with
croutons and grated cheese. Alternatively, push the switch manually to ‘Keep Warm’ and allow to remain hot till time to serve (up to 4
Small potatoes 1/2 kg
Oil 4 tbsp
Chilli powder 1 tsp
Green chillies 2 nos (chopped)
Garam masala powder 1 tsp
Asafoetida powder a pinch
Cumin powder 1 tsp
Coriander powder 2 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Salt To taste
Water 1/2 cup
Boil the potatoes, then peel, slice into small size pieces, and prick all pieces with toothpicks. Mix with rest of the ingredients except
water. Place potatoes in the cooker and pour water. Cover pan with the lid and switch on to ‘Cooking’. When the potatoes are ready, the
switch will move to ‘Keep Warm’ position. Switch off and serve hot with rice or chapattis,
or ‘Keep Warm’ till required.
Chicken 500 gms
Salt To taste
Wine (optional) 1 tbsp
Chilli powder 1/2 tsp
Oil 1 tbsp
Vinegar 1 tbsp
Ginger garlic paste
1 tsp
Chilli sauce 1/2 cup
Skin and joint the chicken. Wash and squeeze dry. Mix with the rest of the ingredients. Keep covered in the refrigerator for 4 to 6 hours.
Place a piece of aluminium foil at the base of the pan of the cooker and place the chicken mixture over it. Cover closely with another
piece of aluminium foil. Switch on ‘Cooking’. When the dish is ready the switch will automatically move to ‘Keep Warm’. Switch off and
serve hot, or allow to remain hot till time to serve (up to 4 hours).
Rice 1 cups
Tomatoes 200 gms
Oil or ghee 4 tbsp
Mustard 1 tsp
Black gram dal 2 tsp
Peanuts 2 tbsp
Curry leaves Few
Onion 1 cup, chopped
Kasuri methi 2 tsp
Chilli powder 1 tsp
Coriander powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Salt To taste
First blanch the tomatoes then peel them. Extract seeds and blend pulp in the mixer. Add enough water to make 4 cups. Wash the rice,
drain and place over the cooking plate in the cooking pan. Add the tomato puree and salt. Press the switch to ‘Cooking’. Heat oil in a
kadai and season with mustard, dal, peanuts and curry leaves. Add onions and fry till light brown. Add kasuri methi, chilli, turmeric and
coriander powder. Add to the rice and stir gently. When the rice is done, the switch will automatically move to ‘Keep Warm’. Switch off
the cooker after 15 minutes, stir the rice gently before serving. Or allow to keep warm till time to serve (up to 4 hours).
Chicken pieces 800 gms
Curds 1/2 cup
Lime 1
Green chillies 6-8
Ginger 3 cm
Coriander leaves 1/2 cup
Mint leaves 1/2 cup
Cloves 6
Cardamom 4
Cinnamon 2-3 pieces
Pepper 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Cashewnuts (powdered) 3 tbsp
Malai 3 tbsp
Salt To taste
Crush together the cloves, cinnamon, cardamom and pepper. Grind into a paste the chillies, ginger, coriander, and mint leaves using
little water. Mix these with curds, lime juice, turmeric powder and salt. Pour this masala over the chicken pieces and marinate for 2-4
hours. Place the chicken with the marinade in the cooker pan. Press the switch to ‘Cooking’. When the chicken is cooked (about 20
minutes), add the cashew powder and malai. Switch off the cooker after 5 minutes.
A tasty and nutritious dish, pleasing to the eye, totally free of oil and easy to prepare.
Paneer 250 gms approx.
Carrots 250 gms
Mushrooms 200 gms
Capsicum 200 gms
(Use a combination of yellow red, and green if available)
Tomatoes 200 gms
Spring onions 1 cup, finely chopped
Green chillies 1 tbsp, finely chopped
Ginger 2 tsp, finely chopped
Coriander leaves 1/2 cup, chopped
Mint leaves 1/2 cup, chopped
Salt and lime juice to taste
Dry roast and powder the following
Red chillies 2-3
Pepper corns 1/2 tsp
Coriander seeds 1 tsp
Cumin seeds 1 tsp
Slice paneer into thin rectangular slices. Chop carrots and mushrooms. Cut the capsicums into halves, remove the seeds and cut each
half into 4 wedges. Thinly slice the tomatoes. Blend the chopped ingredients with salt and the masala powder. Pour 2 cups of water in
the cooker pan of the cooker and press the switch to ‘Cooking / Steaming’. Line the base of the steamer with a piece of aluminium foil.
Arrange the paneer slices on it. Sprinkle with 1/5th of the masala mixture on top. Arrange carrots, capsicum, mushroom and a layer of
tomato, one over the other, sprinkle each layer with the masala mixture. Place the steamer in position and cover with the lid. Steam for
15-20 minutes. Mix lightly and sprinkle lime juice on top. Serve with rotis, chapattis, bread, ghee rice or pulao.
Important Note
These recipes are indicative of the versatility of thiis appliance. As you continue to use your cooker, we are sure you will gain a lot of
enjoyment from discovering new recipes that you can prepare. All the cooking times given in this recipe book are approximate and are
intended as a guide. Always check food regularly during preparation and adjust the cooking time to suit your personal taste.
This product comes with a warranty of 12 months from the date of purchase as specified on the warranty card. This is against
all defective material or workmanship. In the event of a defect, Future Value Retail Limited or Koryo Authorized Service Centre
undertakes to repair the set, free of charge, during the warranty period.
In the event of a defect developing in the product, contact KORYO Customer Care or KORYO Authorized Service Centre and
provide information about the defect, the model number and serial number of the product.
1. The completely filled warranty card is not presented to the authorised personnel at the time of servicing of the product.
2. The product is not operated according to the instructions given in the user manual.
3. Defects are caused by improper or reckless use.
4. Modifications or alterations have been made to the product or if the product has been tampered with,in any
manner whatsoever.
5. Repairs to the product are carried out by anyone other than an authorised company representative.
6. For defects other than faulty parts or workmanship such as damage due to lightning, abnormal voltage, spillages, dust,
accidental damage, etc.
7. The serial number is deleted or altered.
8. Used for any non–domestic purpose.
1. Repairs or replacement will be carried out either by a Future Value Retail Limited authorised customer care centre or by a
2. All expenses incurred in collecting the unit(s) or part(s) thereof from the Customer Service Centre, as well as any other
expenses and incidentals will be borne by the customer.
3. Whilst the company will make every effort to carry out repairs at the earliest, it is made expressly clear that the company is
under no obligation to do so in a specified period of time.
4. The company or its authorised customer centre reserves the right to retain any part(s) or component(s) replaced at its
discretion, in the event of a defect being noticed in the equipment during the warranty
* For service request kindly contact Customer Care Centre at : 1800-425-7722, 080-26577722
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