Rice cooker only for rice? No way! You can use this handy appliance to cook other grains, including wheat berries. Wheat berries are a healthy whole grain that can be eaten for breakfast, used in soups and salads, or mixed into bread.
1cupdry wheat berries
Rinse your wheat berries remove any dust and extra starch off before cooking. Spray the bottom of your rice cooker bowl with cooking spray to prevent any sticking.
Add your wheat berries and water to the rice cooker bowl. *The ratio of grain to water depends on how chewy you like your wheat berries. If you like them on the chewy side, add in 2 cups of water for every 1 cup of wheat berries. If you like them softer, you can add 2.5 cups water for every 1 cup of wheat berries.
Turn on your rice cooker and sit back and wait. Each rice cooker will cook a little differently, but for me, 1 cup of wheat berries takes about 45 minutes to cook. When the rice cooker is done, fluff with a fork and eat them as you enjoy!
1 cup of dry wheat berries equals 2 cups of cooked wheat berries.