These innovative and capable KitchenAid electric cooktops will upgrade and enhance the kitchens that use them. Why not let your kitchen be one of them?
A KitchenAid cooktop can be placed exactly where you want it in your kitchen. Unlike an oven range, which needs floor space, a cooktop can be installed in just about any horizontal surface in your kitchen. Since there is no back of the appliance to be concerned with, you can even install it in the middle of the kitchen, in a island counter. Withe a cooking surface in the center of the room, you can be more conversant with your family and guests as you cook, instead of facing a wall while using the stovetop.
Since KitchenAid is a brand that has been associated with innovation from the beginning, it is no surprise to find the latest and greatest in kitchen technology among their appliances, like these cooktops. One of the most exciting types of electric cooking surfaces is the induction cooktop. These amazing electric stove tops do not use a heated coil or other element to generate heat; they use magnetic resistance to generate the heat in the pot or pan itself. As a result, less heat is lost to the environment, and accidental burns are less likely because only the pot itself gets hot. Plus, you can easily adjust the heat or remove the pot altogether from the heat source by turning off the stove. A traditional electric cooking surface takes time to cool down, time in which a pot left on the element can burn the food.