More than just making hotpot, Induction Cooker can do it better, more than what you imagined. It can create the SAME convergence of heat and fragrance from wok cooking on a flame! Follow these 4 tips for picking the right Induction Cooker!
In general, an 1800 walt (W) Induction Cooker is enough for hotpot. If you look for Chinese-style wok frying standard, consider an Induction Cooker with 2000W power or above!
For a small family that serves 2 to 4 members with 3 dishes and one soup daily, a twin-zones design at 2000W or above fits. For a bigger family, a multi-zones Induction Cooker that supports 3000W or above should be be considered. With higher flexibility, two single zone cookers will be more cost effective!
For better heat conduction , diameter of the hob should be larger than the cookware’s. Fitting cookware in all kinds of shapes and sizes, a free zone Induction Cooker will be an option. Cookware can then enjoy a full contact of heat at any part of the cooktop flexibly.
Induction Cooker equipped with automatic power-off feature can avoid overheating. This function also applies when you take away the cookware from the heating panel . If you have kids, children safety lock function becomes vital. A certain Induction Cooker models even set a residual heat indicator to avoid accidents.
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