Life Hacks on Induction Stove

In an induction cook top (“induction hob” or “induction stove”), a coil of copper wire is placed under the cooking pot and an alternating electric current is passed through it. The resulting oscillating magnetic field induces a magnetic flux which repeatedly magnetises the pot, treating it like the loss magnetic core of a transformer. This produces large eddy currents in the pot, which because of the resistance of the pot, heats it.

I hope all of you aware that we cannot use any utensil like aluminium pots etc.,

So you supposed to use that particular utensil with the net base. For nearly all models of induction cook tops, a cooking vessel must be made of, or contain, a ferromagnetic metal such as cast iron or some stainless steels. However, copper, glass, non magnetic stainless steels, and aluminium vessels can be used if placed on a ferromagnetic disk which functions as a conventional hotplate.

But in some days if you haven’t such utensil but have the aluminium utensil,

don’t worry. I’m pretty sure this will help you.

Just use an Iron net as follows

Place this net on stove and place the aluminium pot over it and it will works

Check it and comment below