what’s the best cookware for induction ranges?
Why am I on about this? Because I used to cook in my dorm room on a hot plate, and for some reason I am caught in a wiki hole right now and ended up at induction cooking…so there you go, let’s get cracking!
What is it?
Under a glass plate is a copper coil, in every home, which emits a magnetic field.
When installing a container with a substance only ferrous (steel or cast iron), on one of the homes, this first heat because the pan comes into contact with the magnetic field, this allows cooking.
To test if your pots are compatible with this cooking system, simply apply a magnet under the container. If it stays stuck, it is possible to use this pan.
This is ideal for those who demand a perfect cooking quality, everyday, precise economical and fast.
Its similarities with the gas system and its benefits:
- Two times faster than the traditional gas plates and precise, it allows to bring 2 liters of water to a boil in a record time of 4 minutes.
- The order is instantaneous. ..Just press the button for it to change temperature in no time.
It’s also ideal for capturing meat perfectly suit your tastes, without that they will turn into cardboard!
Regarding simmering, it is possible to go down very low temperature which prevents food from burning and allows not necessarily stay next to monitor cooking.
Do you know the bit I like the most?
It is very easy to clean, just pass on the warm plate a damp sponge followed by a soft cloth or paper towel to leave no traces. Indeed as the home does not heat completely, even if splashes or spills, they will not cook and will remain liquid.
It is also an oddly satisfying task to scrape off any residue, but I think that is just me!
For stubborn dirt, you just apply a sponge impregnated with dish washing liquid mixed with white vinegar and leave before rinsing and wiping.
Its smooth, shiny surface fits perfectly into any modern kitchen. Usually black, it is possible to find some white models, or gray or gold in some brands.
This makes it look super futuristic. I like that!
It uses only the energy supplied in the container. The fireplace heats under the diameter of the pan used, so there is no energy loss.
I also like that a lot, I love to save money to use on other things in my life…such as porn and tissue paper.
Very secure against the risk of burns
It is used only with pans and ferrous flat bottom such as stainless steel and cast iron. Thus there is the container that heats while the glass remains cold.
Additionally it is equipped with many security systems such as:
- Control lock to prevent children from playing with the controls.
- Countermeasures to ensure against overcooking.
- The temperature is usually automatic.
- The cooker will shut off in the case of overflowing food.
More simply remove the pan from the fireplace to the plate stops. This is due to the fact that the plate is no longer in contact with the ferrous container.
Possible downsides, (with a solution!)
First objection that comes to mind: “Oh, you mean we have to change all the pots!?! “…
Rest assured: By necessity, it is possible, through a circular metal adapter, to ask about the home, use all the other pans.
However if you want to optimize the use of your hob and to enjoy all its benefits, it is best to use this method only as a first step in troubleshooting over the long term.
Summing it all up
So there you go, a very brief overview of a very boring subject. Don’t say I don’t treat you well 😛
If you want a more thourough overview, you should do what everyone else does and type into Google and then click on the wiki link!!!