Grilling on an Induction Cooktop with Chef Saba

Grilling on an Induction Cooktop with Chef Saba

Grilling on an Induction Cooktop with Chef Saba
Join Chef Saba and learn how you can grill on a Wolf induction range. You’ll learn the best way to sear a steak and grill mixed vegetables on a cast iron induction pan without going outside.

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g1981c

May 1, 2021 @ 8:04 am

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i have a question about uniformity of heating for teppanyaki pans etc. miele uses two rounded zones. bosh uses four oval arranged in a line. thermador uses multiple small round ones in a grid pattern. which one is more even heating ? i watched a miele live demo it wasn't even at all – you could see two round rings of water boiling on a square pan. i also saw a bosch video where just a straight line down the middle was boiling. thermador full surface is pricey and i wonder if it has any issues with round pans since it doesn't have any dedicated zones for round cookware. and finally, does it even matter if the heat is not even ? should i simply adjust technique accordingly ?

Catherine Tchen

October 13, 2021 @ 1:32 am

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Great demo. Thank you. I do have a question regarding wok cooking. Thinking to purchase the 36" Freedom induction cooktop, Would a Jenn-Air wok hob for rounded woks be redundant or is that single burner at 3,700 watts more powerful than the Freedom with a flat bottom wok… Is one more powerful than the other for this particular cooking method? Looking forward to your expert opinion.

Catherine Tchen

October 13, 2021 @ 1:35 am

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On more question. This time in regards to grilling. Would I get a different result adding a Gaggenau electric grill? or would it be redundant with using the cookware you're demoing on the Freedom cooktop? Thank you for your time

Chris

December 18, 2021 @ 6:37 pm

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What did you put under the pan ontop of the stove?

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