Induction Suitable Cookware
Induction cooking is a direct method of heat transference to the pot itself, they are all designed for extreme heat and quick cooking. Induction cooking is one of the best ways of creating heat, so ensure that you have induction ready cookware and saucepans before you attempt to test your new induction stovetop. If a magnet sticks to the bottom of your cookware, saucepan or frying pan then your cookware is Induction suitable. If not you will have to invest in new induction friendly cookware or forget about buying the induction hob top. Each range will state what hob types they are suitable for. In in doubt please do not hesitate to contact us on 091539633.
All hail the masters, Le Creuset cookware. Their saucepans are equally as spectacular and the three-ply saucepan set by Le Creuset is a winner in every sense of the word. The three-ply in the name indicates that there are three levels of metal sandwiched between an aluminium core, this in turn spreads the heat evenly and effectively avoiding thermal hot spots and cooking food evenly. Induction cooking, gas or electric, it matters not - Le Creuset cast iron saucepans and Tri Ply cookware is comfortable on them all.
Two more masters in the fine craft of saucepans are Prestige and Stellar. Both Stellar saucepans and Prestige cooking pots have patented technology that spreads heat evenly throughout the base, keeping food warmer for far longer. These pots are also the leaders in oil-free cooking, requiring no oil (or at the least, very little oil) to cook a wide variety of foods. The brushed stainless steel coating also adds an extra level of class to your kitchen. Choose Anthony Ryans and select the saucepan set that best suits you.