What must you consider when cooking with induction?
Cooking and roasting on the induction hob goes faster than with normal cooktops. Thus, for example, oil or grease heats up much faster. Therefore it is recommended that you prepare all of the ingredients for a dish ahead of time and then begin cooking.
Cookware should not be heated up empty it can overheat and then discolour or even deform.
Caring for your Cookware
Quality cookware has the potential to last for years, however they will only stand the test of time if you treat them with care. Here are our top tips on getting the most from your pots and pans:
11. Spectrum Lime 5-Piece Pan Set: £3 Dunelm Mill
The quirky colour makes these purse-friendly pans aesthetically appealing (with other vibrant tones also available). Practically, they are on par with the Argos Home set, with all the same benefits (stay-cool handles and handy glass lids) – it’s just that you get two more for your extra tenner and they are also induction friendly. Also like the Argos ones, beware of occasional cold spots and wash up with care.
Most importantly, don’t put them anywhere near the dishwasher.
Looking after your pans
Look after your pans and they will provide you with years of service. They don’t need much maintenance, but to ensure your pans stand up to all your cooking can throw at them giving them a little TLC will ensure your investment lasts.
Straight from boiling to keep warm
Squeeze more flavour out of every dish with the most precise temperature control. PowerSlide lets you boil, simmer and keep your dish warm just by sliding cookware from one zone to another. Select from a range of pre-set heat levels or define your own.
Now, like the professional chefs, you can control your cooking to the nearest degree for outstanding dish after dish.