Induction stoves are fast becoming one of the best stoves to buy, and for very good reasons. These new types of stoves have many advantages to them. Induction stoves transfer heat magnetically, which means that instant heat adjustment is possible. It also means that since all the magnetized heat is transferred to the base, there is no wastage of electricity at all. Induction stoves are also cool to the touch, even when they are on full temperature! This is great from a safety point of view, especially if you have kids or cats who like to climb over everything!
There is one drawback to having an induction stove unfortunately, and that is you need to have a set of cookware that will work with it. To use an induction stove, you must have cookware that has a stainless steel, or a cast iron base. Aluminum or copper will not work on these types of stoves. The good news at least is that there many ceramic nonstick cookwares sets that are induction friendly, so we are going to list a few of them in this article.
Induction friendly cookware sets
If you need a full new set of cookware, then there are a few good options to pick from. If you are looking for a cheap nonstick set, then the
If you are looking for the ultimate set of cookware, then the is what you want. This cooking set has every feature you can possibly want, and is manufactured in Denmark. The titanium ceramic coating means you can use metal utensils with this set, and wash it in the dishwasher. The design is fantastic, and it has ergonomic handles to make long cooking sessions a bit more tolerable. This set comes with a lifetime warranty, but it does come at quite a cost.
Induction friendly pan sets
If you are only in the market for a pan set, then we have two popular options we can recommend. One of the more affordable choices is the
Lastly we have a pan set from Le Creauset. The is aimed at cooking enthusiasts, and is a more premium quality pan. This pan can be bought in a variety of sizes ranging from 8″ all the way up to 12.5″. It is a 3 ply design, which has a interior and exterior layer of stainless steel, completed by a layer of heavy gauge aluminum between them for the ultimate cooking surface. The nonstick coating claims to be very durable, and the design of the pan is very elegant and stylish. It is oven friendly, and comes with a decent 10 year warranty.
All the sets listed above are induction compatible, and have very favorable user reviews. These sets should give you a few good choices to look at, and give you a good place to start your search for nonstick induction cookware.