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Induction Cooker Malaysia: Best Induction Cookers To Prepare Healthy & Scrumptious Meals Quickly

by Lavanyah Guna

Best Induction Cooker Malaysia Options For You

Do you love cooking or have got used to it since many employees including you around Malaysia still ‘Work From Home’? If yes, it’s time to scrutinise your kitchen tools and upgrade them! 

So, what do we consider in getting one today? It should be none other than the basic cooking equipment, an absolute induction cooker. Truth  be told, induction cookers have been gaining popularity and would undoubtedly blend in your contemporary kitchen with different sizes, colours and functions. 

Induction cookers, the modern alternative for the regular gas stoves are faster, have precise temperature controls and safer as there is no direct naked flame to hurt ourselves. 

As usual, the team at The Kind Helper have checked out the 7 Best Induction Cooker to prepare your favourite aromatic and delicious Nasi Lemak Ayam Pandan or Spicy Shrimp Spaghetti Aglio Olio (and more of course!). 

Table of Contents:

What To Look For In An Induction Cooker

  • Pre-set Menu – Within a touch, you can adjust/utilise the menu for various purposes such as bowling, frying, heating and others.
  • Safety Features – Many cookers nowadays are equipped with features such as child lock, timers, indicators and so on to fulfil your needs.
  • Portability – A portable cooktop allows you to change the position whether if you would like to cook in a backyard/holiday and more.
  • Size – Go for a size that suits perfectly your kitchen area so that you will not need to make any amends.
  • Power Rate of the Cooktop – The higher the power rate, the faster the cooking. 

Best Induction Cookers In Malaysia

1. Philips Induction Cooker

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs: 1

Pros

Cons

2. PerySmith Induction Cooker

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs:1 

 

Pros

Cons

3.Khind Induction Cooker

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs:1

Pros

Cons

4. HETCH Induction Cooker (Ultra Slim)

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs:1

 

 

Pros

Cons

5. Russell Taylors Induction Cooker

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs:1

Pros

6.HETCH 2 in 1 Induction + Halogen Cooker HIC

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs: 2 

Pros

Cons

7. Midea Induction Cooker

Cooktop Type: Free-standing

Number of hobs: 1

Pros

Cons

FAQ's

1. How long can be the induction cooker be used?

Most of the induction cookers can be used for up to 3 hours per cooking session.

2. What are the benefits of an induction cooker?

An induction cooker is space-saving with a variety of sizes, has no naked flame, has up to 70% reduction in energy consumption, is easy to clean, promotes a cooler kitchen and cooks food faster.

3. How to know if my pans/pots are suitable?

The cooking utensils that go with the induction cookers usually will attract the magnet of the induction cookers. If they repel, they are not suitable.

4. Are there any requirements for an induction cooker?

There isn’t any specific requirement, as the difference between a conventional cooker and an induction cooker is the method of cooking, the usage of gas and electric respectively. 

5. Can you burn your hand on an induction cooktop?

You can’t directly burn your hand but there are possibilities when you transfer the pots and the surface once you have transferred. 

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