Are you looking for the right frying pan for induction? Then you have come to the right place.
Because there are different hobs, you may need different pans. If you want to cook with a casserole on induction, you require a pan that has a magnetizable and conductive bottom and preferably also a flat bottom. If you're looking for a casserole for electric cooking, chances are almost any pan will do. To choose the right casserole, we are happy to help you.
Cast iron induction casserole
Casseroles for induction come in different shapes and sizes, as well as different materials. Take the cast iron casserole for induction, this is a pan without a non-stick coating. You have to create this layer yourself by letting oil stick to the cast iron at a high temperature. After that, the cast iron casserole for induction hardly requires any maintenance, and you can bake almost anything perfectly. Enameled cast iron has the same properties as an enamel casserole. The layer of enamel makes the bottom smooth, which reduces food adhesion and makes the pan easy to clean. Stainless steel and ceramic skillets are also suitable materials for cooking on induction.
BK induction casserole
Our induction casserole assortment is quite extensive and that can sometimes make it difficult to find the right one for you. We highlight the BK induction casseroles, because this is a real powerhouse in the kitchen and available various contemporary colours. The BK induction casseroles are made of artisinal cast iron and fuse past and present. But there are more leading brands in the field of induction casseroles such as Le Creuset and Sola.
Large induction casserole
Are you going to roast a nice big piece of meat? Then a large induction casserole is perfect for you. A large casserole suitable for induction has a diameter between 30 and 40 cm. A small casserole for induction has a diameter of 20 cm. And then of course you have intermediate sizes, which are casseroles with a diameter of 24, 26 and 28 cm. These are suitable for a household of 4 people. If you have decided which size is best for you, you can still make a choice in shape. The range of Cookinglife consists of oval and rectangular casserole for induction.
What should you consider when buying an induction casserole?
- The best induction casseroles have a magnetizable and conductive flat bottom.
- The inside and outside of the casserole is often enameled, ensuring that your ingredients do not burn.
- The best casseroles have a lid, which keeps heat and moisture inside. It also prevents splattering.
- Almost all aluminium, cast iron, and stainless steel casseroles are induction and oven-safe
Buy induction casserole
Would you like to add a colourful induction casserole to your kitchen? Go for one of the various casseroles from our Le Creuset collection! There is something from Le Creuset to meet everyone's taste. Do you have a certain budget and prefer something more affordable? You can sort each casserole by price. At Cookinglife, there is an extensive range of induction pans such as frying pans and woks. Also suitable for induction hobs, we have kettles! If you prefer to buy a whole collection at once, we also have induction pan sets.