Induction cooking can only be applied to cooktops/hobs – not to ovens. So if you want to enjoy all the benefits of induction cooking, but still needs an oven (which most people do!), you actually have two options:
- You could buy an induction hob with cooking zones (as discussed under “Four burners induction stove”) to cook food on and a separate wall convection oven (or gas) or a countertop oven. Among the countertop ovens a wide variety of options is available, including convection, microwave, infrared and a combination of halogen, infrared and convection heat.
- Alternatively you could consider a freestanding induction cooktop + convection oven hybrid stove. The following four models are excellent options to consider in this category of induction stoves. The difference in induction stove price is related to the output of both the oven and the different induction elements of the hob in each case.