I gave a talk about rice cookers recently. I planned to take several with me and show the parts and what they do. But Ray said, "Why not do a demonstration?"
I only had 7 minutes for my talk, so I took all the ingredients: cut up apples, and everything else pre-measured and ready to go. I threw everything into my rice cooker as
I spoke and then let them cook during the rest of the meeting. Everyone wanted the recipe!
3 large Granny Smith or other tart apples
1/2-2/3 cup brown sugar (less for sweeter apples)
3 T butter
1-3 tsp. cinnamon (I like 3, but then I *love* cinnamon)
3 T water
Wash the apples. Don't peel them. Cut in fourths and cut out the core. Cut each fourth in 4 smaller pieces. Put everything in your rice cooker pan. Turn the rice
cooker on and let the apples cook until the rice cooker shuts down to warm. Don't stop the process too soon. They're great when the liquid has almost caramelized. (Don't put the lid on.)