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5 Best Electric Cooktops 2023

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Previously, she was an editor at Bon Appétit and has worked in food media for nine years.

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com/strategist/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/clj648d4e00133b6wvwzyuu56@published” data-word-count=”70″>While there are only five models on this list (it’s a fairly small market, and the favorites are clear), there’s a good range of options depending on how fancy you want to get and how much money you can spend. But whichever you choose, know they’re all superefficient (every expert mentioned how quickly the one they use heats up) and simple to operate. Read on to learn more about each.

There are two types of cooktops on this list: electric and induction burners. You plug both into an outlet, but the difference lies in the way they conduct heat (the former through electricity, the latter through electromagnetism). Induction tends to be more expensive upfront but is more energy efficient in the long run.

com/strategist/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/clj64bzqt002p3b6wshriihnr@published” data-word-count=”92″>Not all cookware is induction compatible (it needs to magnetize to the top of the burner for heat to pass through). Yet that’s not as big an issue as you might think. Writer and recipe developer Rebecca Firkser says she was surprised to find that all of her cast-iron, stainless-steel, and enamel-coated-steel pots and pans work with her induction cooktop. “It’s also easy to test before buying a burner if you’re not sure,” she says. “If a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pan, it will work on the induction surface.”

Here, I’ve noted the dimensions of each cooktop so you can be sure it fits on your countertop and in any drawer or cupboard where you plan to store it.

Most cooktops on this list have a range of heat settings from minimum to five with the exceptions of the Duxtop, which has a range of one to ten (with half-levels for a total of 20 options), and the Breville, which heats to exact degrees.

A couple of models have additional preset buttons (like “boil”) or capabilities (like setting a timer). When applicable, I’ve listed those.

Duxtop Portable Induction Cooktop

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Style: Induction | Size: 11.4 inches x 14 inches x 2.5 inches | Temperatures: 20 | Extra functions: Boil, keep warm, timer

Used by five of the experts I spoke with, the Duxtop is the most recommended on this list. Notably, four of them are content creators who initially bought it to film but love it so much they’ve started to use it in their everyday lives as well. (Meanwhile, Todd Pulsinelli, executive chef at the Chloe in New Orleans, has had one in his restaurant for two years and says it’s still going strong, even with heavy use on the line and behind the bar.)

The appliance allows you to control its surface temperature in increments of 0.5 to ten and “maintains a steady heat on every setting,” says recipe developer Nisha Vora. The lowest will keep food warm, and the highest will boil water in minutes (both functions have preset buttons). “The differences between the levels are subtle,” says Carina Wolff, the recipe developer behind Kale Me Maybe, “so you get a really good range.” Another recipe developer, Phoebe Moore, notes that “it’s sensitive to adjustments in both directions, too, without the lag that comes with built-in electric stovetops. ” While those levels are our experts’ preferred method of adjusting the heat, Firkser notes that you can also control it by set temperatures between 100 and 460 degrees Fahrenheit, which she finds helpful for deep-frying.

All the experts noted how easy this machine is to clean with a simple wipe-down across the flat top, and all mentioned that it’s lightweight and compact. “You can put it away and get it back out without it being a whole production,” Moore says.


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Cuisinart CB-30 Cast-Iron Single Burner

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Style: Electric | Size: 11 inches x 11. 5 inches x 2.5 inches | Temperatures: Six | Extra functions: None

While the Cuisinart cooktop doesn’t have as many temperature options as the Duxtop (or timer and boil presets), four experts say it gets the job done very well — especially for its affordable price. Both Yumna Jawad, the recipe developer behind Feel Good Foodie, and Lindsey Baruch, the recipe developer behind Lindsey Eats, have owned theirs for around five years each and say it’s still working great. They like the simplicity of the dial, which takes the machine from a minimum setting for keeping food warm, to a simmer, and then to medium-low and beyond, until you get to the maximum temperature, which will sear a steak or brown butter. “It won’t go to a crazy rapid boil, but I’ve still made pasta with it, no problem,” Baruch says. Sophia Simota, the recipe developer behind Kiln and Kitchen, notes that it heats up superfast, stays at a consistent temperature until you change it, and reacts seamlessly to those changes. Cookbook author and recipe developer Colu Henry is another fan, calling the machine “super-solid” and noting that it “doesn’t make a lot of noise with the fan like some others.”


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Elite Gourmet Countertop Single Burner



Style: Electric | Size: 9 inches x 9 inches x 3.25 inches | Temperatures: Six | Extra functions: None

Eden Nosal, the recipe developer behind The Bold Appetite, originally picked this burner because of the very low price. After several tries with fancier models that eventually gave out or didn’t perform as well as she had hoped, she figured it was better to spend less and replace when necessary. To her surprise, this one has been working great for two years, even as she uses it four to five times a week for two to three hours at a stretch. She says there are no hot spots and no lags between temperature changes, and she appreciates the very compact size (it’s the smallest on this list). “I like to hide the excess platform under my pan for the sake of video, and this does that,” she says. “That also means it fits neatly right into a cabinet.”


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Waring Single-Burner Countertop Range


Style: Electric | Size: 11 inches x 12. 25 inches x 3.25 inches | Temperatures: Six | Extra functions: None

This Waring cooktop has been in chef Chrissy Tracey’s rotation for several years — first as a cooktop for catering gigs and now as a way to create content for her channels. The whole time, she has also found it useful as an extra burner when cooking bigger meals for a group (and when she took it camping once when she had access to electricity at her site). She calls the machine “super-durable” (no surprise, given that Waring makes the panini press most professionals use in commercial kitchens). Tracey says it gets hot very quickly and is intuitive to maneuver between heat levels with the dial, plus the heat distribution is even. There are rubber feet on the bottom, which means it never slides around on the countertop.

Breville Polyscience Control Freak



com/strategist/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/clj64sq5v00cr3b6wfpk3lsg9@published” data-word-count=”30″>Style: Induction | Size: 9.5 inches x 13.75 inches x 4.5 inches | Temperatures: Exact temperature control | Extra functions: Keep warm, timer, save custom temperature profiles, internal temperature probe

The Breville delivers incredibly accurate temperature control, allowing you to heat to precise degrees. Not only that, but it comes with a probe that takes the internal temperature of whatever you’re cooking and displays that reading on the screen. “You can actually even set the temperature you want something to heat to ahead of time and it will get it there,” says Nate Kuester, executive chef at New York City’s NARO. He and the restaurant’s pastry chef, Celia Lee, both love this appliance for deep-frying because when you drop something into oil, the temperature automatically drops, but the Control Freak senses that and quickly heats the oil back up to the desired degree. “It also allows me to customize presets for desserts I make often,” Lee says. And Kuester appreciates its built-in timer for things he may want to set and forget, like stock. Both professionals say that even with its more advanced functions, the machine is straightforward to use, with clear indicators on the screen and a knob to move between them.

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• Lindsey Baruch, recipe developer behind Lindsey Eats
• Rebecca Firkser, writer and recipe developer
• Colu Henry, cookbook author and recipe developer
• Yumna Jawad, recipe developer behind Feel Good Foodie
• Nate Kuester, executive chef at NARO
• Celia Lee, pastry chef at NARO
• Phoebe Moore, recipe developer
• Eden Nosal, recipe developer behind The Bold Appetite
• Todd Pulsinelli, executive chef at the Chloe
• Sophia Simota, recipe developer behind Kiln and Kitchen
• Chrissy Tracey, chef
• Nisha Vora, recipe developer
• Carina Wolff, recipe developer behind Kale Me Maybe

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5 Best Electric and Induction Cooktops of 2023

Many pros might swear by gas, but electric—and especially induction—affords a host of advantages that simply can’t be denied. Impressively wide temperature ranges and even heating are just a couple of these.

If you’re looking to melt chocolate for a tasty dessert or sear the heck out of a sous vide steak, these best of the best cooktops can get it done. And rest assured, we’ve looked into enough models to know exactly what separates the best cooktop features from the worst. In this review, we’ve included cooktops that are 30 inches and 36 inches wide in order to fit standard-size surfaces.

Editor’s Note:

The recommendations in this guide are based on thorough product and market research by our team of expert product reviewers. The picks are based on examining user reviews, product specifications, and, in some limited cases, our experience with the specific products named.

KitchenAid KICU509XBL

The KitchenAid KICU509XBL Architect Series II series cooktop is yet another great argument in favor of induction cooking. It performs as well as other induction cooktops we’ve tested, and offers cool features like a bridge burner and surprisingly excellent touch controls. The cooktop itself delivers low, even heat that’ll melt chocolate without scorching, and blazing heat that boils water in 2 minutes. Without a doubt, this cooktop is worth every penny.Read full review.

  • Can boil water in two minutes

  • Gentle and stable low temperatures

  • Incredibly hot high temperatures


This easy-to-use induction cooktop comes with five different heating elements that heat up your pots and pens quickly and precisely. Plus, many customers say it’s easy to operate, and have been amazed at how quickly they can cook their food, thanks to the 3,700-watt induction element. You can even control two seven-inch elements at the same time for even heating on both elements. What’s better: this cooktop has a hot-surface warning feature, a pan sensor, and is easy to clean and operate.

  • Expensive

Frigidaire Gallery FGIC3666TB

This induction cooktop comes with a lot of useful, unique features, from its True Temp Melt & Hold feature—which allows you to evenly and precisely melt food—to the Auto Sizing Pan Detection that can customize how much heat to use based on pan size. In addition, this cooktop comes with five elements for both cooking and keeping food warm. It can boil water quickly, control the temperature on your cookware, and reviewers say it’s easy to install and use.

GE Profile PP9030SJSS

The GE Profile is one of the best electric cooktops because it features a number of useful burners. It has one to keep your food warm and two that offer different pan-size options on a single surface element. It also has a feature that allows you to heat two seven-inch elements together for an equal heating level. We also find this 30” electric cooktop to be great for its touch controls, such as the “melt” setting, keep-warm option, hot-surface indicator light, timer, and high-tech fast-boiling feature.

  • Expensive

Hestan Cue Countertop Induction Cooktop

The Hestan Cue is the next best thing to having an in-home cooking lesson. This smart cookware system uses an induction cooktop and high-quality stainless steel pan to quite literally walk you through different recipes, helping you achieve precise results every time.

When used with the Cue app, the cooktop will automatically adjust its temperature as you add ingredients and tell you when to move on to the next step. The system offers more than 500 recipes, and there are 12 different cooking functions to choose from, including slow cooking, sauce making, rice cooking, frying, candy making, and more.

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What You Should Know Before Buying An Electric Or Induction Cooktop

What Is Induction Cooking?

Although they resemble smooth top electric cooktop burners, induction cooktops don’t have actual burners underneath their surface. Induction cooking uses electromagnetic energy to heat pots and pans directly. In comparison, electric and gas cooktops heat indirectly, using flames or a heating element to pass radiant energy through your cookware to your food.

Induction cooktops can achieve a wider range of temperatures than other cooking methods, and they take far less time to boil than their electric or gas counterparts. In addition, the cooktop surface itself stays cool, so you don’t have to worry about burning your hand. It’s even possible to wipe down the surface during cooking. Just remember, the cooktop doesn’t get hot, but the pan does.

What Cookware Works With Induction?

Because induction relies on electromagnetism, only pots with magnetic bottoms—steel and iron—can transfer heat. The winners of our best stainless steel skillets roundup are induction-friendly. But that doesn’t mean you need to buy all-new cookware. If a magnet sticks to the bottom, your pots and pans will work with induction.

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What are the types of electric stoves by type of burners, coatings

When choosing an electric stove, the user is faced with an abundance of varieties of this technique. Types of electric stoves include several categories. Household appliances are divided according to the type of heating element, surface material and installation method. Despite the fact that there is no strict and clear classification, it is possible to somewhat systematize and streamline the whole variety of the modern stove market.


Types of heating elements

The classification of stoves by type of heaters is one of the key ones, most often sellers subdivide hobs in this way. In addition, the type of heater determines the power consumption of the device, the speed of cooking, the types of suitable dishes.

Heating elements

Heating element burners are the main type of heating used by in budget segment stoves. The format can be in the form of a tubular spiral (more common in desktop models) or disk. Cast iron burners-heating elements warm up for a long time, and cool down slowly. The peculiarity of their installation is that they always rise above the surface of the stove, which creates such inconveniences as accidental tipping of dishes and difficulties in cleaning.

The advantage is the unpretentiousness of the dishes used, the user can install pots and pans from any material or with defects on the bottom.

In addition to stoves with standard pancake discs, models with modified elements are on sale: automatic and express burners. Discs with a white marker in the center are equipped with sensors that automatically regulate the heat supply. Such burners are called automatic. Express drives are marked with a red circle in the center. They have a higher power, due to which they heat up quickly.


These are burners with band heating elements. The heating coil is made of energy efficient alloys. The burner heats up within 5-7 seconds, and after turning off it cools down just as quickly. Adjustment of heat supply is stepwise, energy consumption is 1.5 times higher than that of heating elements. Despite the advanced technology, these types of stoves have not received proper distribution, they are being “forced out” by induction hobs.


This is a quartz tube filled with gas. The burner heats up almost instantly, 2-3 seconds. Elements are installed on glass-ceramic hobs . Energy consumption can be called “average”. If we analyze the reviews of the owners of such electric stoves, we can note the high quality of workmanship and the minimum number of complaints. However, the price of such plates is quite high.


Induction heating elements differ from all of the above by the principle of operation: they heat only the bottom of the pan in which the dish is cooked . Due to this property, the surface of the plate does not heat up, the user is protected from thermal burns.

The power of the burners is adjustable, which ensures the energy efficiency of the appliance.

Important! For cooking on an induction cooker, special cookware with a magnetizing bottom is required.

Read more about induction cookers here.

Combined heaters

Analyzing what types of electric stoves are, one cannot lose sight of combined devices. Can be combined as gas + hi-light, induction + gas or induction + hi-light. As a rule, the combination implies a “2 x 2” division, that is, 2 zones with one type of heater, and 2 with another.

Electric cooker with combined burners

Combo models have gained popularity due to their versatility, a striking example is the combination of an induction cooker and ceramic burners. The former are characterized by low power consumption, fast heating and safety. Ceramic burners are not so safe, but they allow you to use any cookware that is not suitable for “induction”.

Classification by type of installation

Structurally, electric stoves are divided into two main categories.

Built-in electrical appliances

The built-in electric cooker can be a hob only or offered with an oven. The first format is the most popular among buyers. The hob is not so difficult to fit into the interior of the kitchen: installation manipulations are minimal. In the countertop of the kitchen set, a hole corresponding to the size of the panel is cut out in the selected place. An electric stove is inserted into the prepared hole and fixed from below with special mounting plates.

Built-in electric stove with oven

Built-in oven kit requires more complex installation and also imposes a restriction on the choice of installation location. It is advisable to provide a niche between the parts of the headset for built-in appliances. Otherwise, you will have to cut out space at the bottom of the headset to accommodate the oven, and in the countertop – a hole for installing the hob. During the installation of the kit, the upper part is connected to the oven using the wires provided in the design.

In both installation options for built-in electrical equipment, it is necessary to prepare a power line of the appropriate power with a socket for connecting the device.

Cookers of the classic separate format

Electric stoves of the classic plan do not lose their relevance: desktop appliances with a compact oven or portable ones, as well as floor stoves with a full-fledged oven.

Portable or compact table top models buy for summer cottages. Also, the format is suitable for use in a communal kitchen to quickly heat up a finished dish or cook fried eggs when a communal stove is busy. To use the desktop model, you need sufficient space on the kitchen table near an electrical outlet.

The floor hob is functionally superior to the tabletop version. Can be installed in any convenient place in the kitchen. The only requirement is to organize a powerful power wiring from the shield with the installation of an appropriate outlet.

Freestanding electric stove

What is the difference between the coatings

The main working area of ​​any stove is the hob, where the burners are placed. There are several types of coatings:

  • enamel;
  • stainless steel;
  • tempered glass;
  • glass ceramic.


The advantage of enamel is a wide range of colors, and with proper care, this material can last for many years. As a rule, classic freestanding stoves or portable electric stoves are covered with enamel.

Enamelled electric stove

Stainless steel

Stainless steel is a practical and aesthetic option, it can be matt or polished. Unlike enamel, steel is more resistant to abrasive powders and metal sponges, but their systematic use can lead to a loss of luster. Stainless steel withstands significant mechanical shocks and in general is a fairly resistant coating. Its only drawback is that steel quickly becomes dirty, all drops of water or traces of food are visible on it.

Stainless steel electric stove

Tempered glass and glass ceramics

Tempered glass, like glass ceramics, attracts with its strength and presentable appearance. Smooth, shiny surfaces will complement any design in a sophisticated way, but requires a special approach when using . First of all, they must be protected from point impacts, any abrasives and metal sponges. Aluminum cooking utensils leave traces, so they should also be discarded, making a choice in favor of stainless steel, heat-resistant glass, cast iron or ceramics.

Comparing tempered glass and glass ceramics, the former loses a little. One of the useful properties of glass ceramics is vertical heat transfer. In simple terms, a heating element is located under the outlines of the burner, which transfers heat strictly vertically. Thus, during the cooking process, it is predominantly the burner that heats up, and not the entire surface of the stove.

Built-in glass-ceramic hob

Function and type of control

Inexpensive models with cast iron or spiral heaters are simple mechanical control . The lack of electronics is not always a disadvantage; for those users who find it difficult to master new equipment, this is the best choice. The option of budget models will not impress with innovation and convenience, but these criteria are not always a priority.

Glass-ceramic or tempered glass tops are mostly equipped with touch or slide controls. Many modifications have a separate display for displaying the current work process and given commands.

Induction cooker slider control

What interesting options can be in such devices?

  1. Adjusting the size of the burner when the cooking zone “adjusts” to the pan. The burners in such stoves cover most of the cooking surface and can be combined, this makes it possible to cook both in small dishes and in large or non-standard ones.
  2. Heating zone extension , 2 and 3 ring zones. As a rule, there are one or two zones in the stove with an increase in the heating diameter.
  3. Panel block from accidental start during cooking or when switched off. The safety option, firstly, will protect young children, and secondly, it will not allow you to knock down the cooking settings from an erroneous touch.
  4. The timer can operate on the entire hob or on a specific heating zone. After the time has elapsed, the burner switches itself off or only signals readiness.
  5. Induction and hi-light hobs step power adjustment . The more cooking modes, the more accurately you can choose the temperature.
  6. Power boost – intensive heating, when the power is increased by 30-50%, by reducing the power of neighboring burners.
  7. Auto-boil – the stove increases power until boiling, then the temperature drops to the set temperature.
  8. Other safety functions when the device automatically turns off when: the liquid boils away or the dishes are empty.
  9. Residual heat/mains connection indication.

Hansa electric stove with timer

Form and design

Modern electric stoves look flawless: no unnecessary details, laconic shapes, smooth surfaces, basic colors. Speaking about color , it should be noted that the glass ceramic hob can be decorated with ornaments or design illustrations. The latter will cost more, but plates with simple patterns are rare, but quite affordable.

Classic ranges in enamel or stainless steel are not particularly stylish, but they are quite capable of complementing both a cozy kitchen and a stylized hi-tech one.

The shape of the stationary free-standing cookers is not creative, unlike built-in appliances. Flat recessed panels can be round, oval, rectangular or custom. The fewer burners on the stove, the more free space will remain on the table.

The number of burners for household electric stoves varies from 2 to 6. The cheapest models use spiral heating elements, stoves with metal heating elements – pancakes are offered a little more expensive. Models with disk-shaped heaters are considered practical. When leaving them, traces of food and stains are easier to remove.

Some brands use in equipping models the technology of changing the shape and size of the burner due to its multilayering. The heating zone is adjusted by means of a touch or mechanical button, depending on the diameter of the bottom of the cookware placed on the burner.

A little about cookware

As mentioned above, the advantage of spiral or cast iron burners is that absolutely any cookware can be used on such stoves. Glass-ceramic surfaces are more demanding, it is not recommended to put aluminum utensils on them, it leaves traces. Induction heats only those dishes, the metal of which contains ferromagnetic elements.

Any cookware can be used on the induction hob using the adapter

Users of glass-ceramic electric cookers are advised to select round cookware. You should also carefully monitor the adjustment of the heating zone in order to avoid burnout of the surface in places of “idle” operation of the burners.

Important! When operating the stove with any type of burners, the bottom of the pot or pan must completely cover the heating surface. Otherwise, droplets of liquid will eventually lead to burner failure.

Regardless of the type of kitchen utensil, be it a pot, frying pan, coffee maker (geyser or cezve), the bottom must be clean and even. Such defects as chips, dents or furrows are not allowed.

Summing up, we can say that the range of electric cookers is able to satisfy the needs of even the most demanding users. A rich variety covers the entire price range, contains all kinds of shapes, sizes and colors. In the near future, we can expect an expansion of functionality, modernization of control units, equipping stoves with various modules for remote control.

Electric stove Zanussi ZCE560NW – your own Italy in your kitchen

Design and basic controls Zanussi ZCE560NW electric cooker:

Zanussi ZCE560NW has a classic and very elegant design. The classic is the use of the standard white color scheme, and the elegance comes through in the all-glass oven door with a slightly matte finish.

The hob is equipped with four cast iron burners raised above the hob: two with a diameter of 14.5 cm and two large ones with a diameter of 18 cm. at 2 kW. Due to the fact that the hob is slightly recessed, the “escape” of the prepared dish to the floor is excluded, all that remains is to wash the hob itself.

In the far zone of the top panel there are two holes for the heat from the oven to escape.

The control panel consists of six regulators, which are divided into two groups: on the left side – four and on the right – two. The left knobs are responsible for controlling the burners, each with seven positions from zero to six heat levels.

The controls on the right side are responsible for the operation of the oven. The first of them is responsible for the temperature regime of heating elements or a grill from 0 to 250 ° C, the second is the oven modes – lower heating, upper heating, grill, Top + bottom + light, pizza mode. Of particular note is the pizza mode – the stove itself sets all the necessary temperature conditions. Two indicators are located above the regulators, the right one indicates the operation of the burners, grill or oven, the left one is responsible for the operation of the grill and heating elements.

Basic functionality electric cooker Zanussi ZCE560NW:

The Zanussi ZCE560NW electric stove belongs to the energy efficiency class A.

The oven has a volume of 58 liters. The door is made of double glass and despite the fact that at maximum operation the glass heating temperature does not exceed 60 ° C, safety precautions must be observed to avoid burns. The design of the door handle is designed in such a way as to facilitate the care of it and the glass as much as possible. The handle is made of plastic and does not heat up during operation. The oven door is removable to remove the most stubborn dirt, the process of removing the door is described in detail in the instructions.

The oven has a special coating in the form of black acid-resistant enamel. The droplets of grease that form are easily washed off with standard cleaning agents. Inside the oven, on the side walls, there are special guides of four levels that fix the tray or grate when pulled out and prevent them from tipping over.

The cooker comes with a stainless steel grate and an enameled baking tray.
The oven is equipped with a backlight, it turns on automatically when the oven starts and stays on all the time.