Wash the rice and add to your rice cooker. Soak in enough water to cover. Dissolve the soup stock in a little hot water, and add to the rice cooker along with soy sauce.
If your rice cooker has a marker for "firm" or "sushi rice,"add water to that level. If not, then add just a little less than the regular level for 2 cups of rice.
Add curry powder to the cooker, mix and taste. Adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper. Add the coarsely ground pepper and olive oil and mix in.
Mince the onion and carrot. Cut the wieners into 3 mm pieces. Add it all to the rice cooker. Add corn kernels too, mix lightly, then start the rice cooker.
Once the rice cooker has finished cooking mix the contents up evenly and it's finished.
The pilaf is delicious as-is, but it's also really good with Kitchen Tomato Cream Sauce. I recommend it. Recipe ID: 2161842
Story Behind this Recipe
I uploaded a curry pilaf recipe before, but over the years, I've refined the recipe. So I deleted the old one and uploaded this one. This one is delicious.
Make sure to use less water than usual, for the rice to be firm and separate. Adjust the water level after adding the dissolved soup stock and soy sauce. The saltiness of the curry powder differs by brand, so adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper. I used curry powder that only contains spices, no salt.