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Discover the Cooktops Designed to Help You Master Meal-Making

Each and every household has a cooktop, but which one is ideal for you in your journey to become master chef of the family depends on your needs and lifestyle. Whether electric or gas, induction or ceramic, your cooktop is where you heat, simmer, and steam to create an array of culinary creations, and the type you choose can affect how easily and effortlessly that's done.

Classic coil cooktops have exposed elements that use electricity to heat up quickly, consistently, and evenly. These rugged coil elements are made to be long-lasting as well as easy to replace, so they're the most cost effective option for those of us prone to spills and pots boiling over. Ceramic cooktops keep their coils under glass in order to offer a sleeker look and a smooth, and therefore more forgiving, cooktop surface for dealing with spills. Many feature expandable elements that let you adjust the size of the heated area to suit whatever pot or pan you're using.

Gas-powered cooktops offer fast initial heating and quick cool down, which is both an important safety feature and tool for chefs who create dishes that need a lot of heat adjustments to come out just right. Electric cooktops are available both with exposed coils and in smooth top ceramic cooktop designs, and offer consistent, even heating; they also reach a higher range of temperatures than gas, ideal for searing, stir frying, and cooking in large quantities. Induction cooktops combine a gas cooktop's instant heating abilities with the precision of electric, making them both time- and energy-efficient. Induction technology uses electromagnetic fields from copper coils resting below the cooktop surface to transfer energy upwards to heat cookware and the food within them.

Just as each cooktop type presents a different cooking experience, they also have their own standards for cleaning and care. Electric coil stovetops are more rugged than ceramic, but they require a bit more cleaning time. Coils and reflector bowls are removable and you can use any mild cleanser with hot water to clear them of debris and stains. Wipe spills from a ceramic cooktop as soon as they happen so they don't harden, cleaning the cooktop surface with a sponge dampened by specialty cleaners and making sure to dry well. Although ceramic cooktops are glass, regular glass cleaners should not be used for their care. For gas cooktops, disconnect grates, griddles, and other removable parts before washing grates with dishwashing soap and a minimal amount of hot water. Dry everything thoroughly before reattaching, and be wary of water use while cleaning fuel ports and the cooktop surface with a damp sponge, as excess water may damage the igniter. Induction cooktops only heat up where they contact cooking dishes, so messes are less likely to become baked on. Their glass ceramic surfaces are prone to scratches and abrasions and must also be cleaned using only specifically designed products.