Induction compatible cookware available
An induction cooktop uses electromagnetic energy to heat induction cookware up from within rather than using an external heat source for faster and more precise cooking of food. Our induction cookware sets are made to work with induction stoves, with many also being compatible with any other type of stove top, including gas and ovens. A cookware set is a fantastic investment as they will give you everything you need to cook any dish you have in mind with a wide range of pots, pans and specialised cookware being included in each combination.
Easy clean and dishwasher-safe sets for induction cooking
When you cook with an induction stovetop, the surface remains cool so that any spills or mess won't get stuck to it and can be easily wiped away. Induction cookware is just as easy to clean with many of our sets being dishwasher-safe.
The Tefal Ingenio 12pc Titanium Fusion Cookware Set can be popped in the dishwasher, as can the Woll Diamond Lite Fixed Handle 4pc Induction Cookware Set and the Cuisinart Chef iA+ 6pc Cookware Set.
Other cookware sets, such as the Wolstead Stonetek 10pc Cookware Set, have a non-stick coating so that they can be quickly wiped out with a clean cloth to remove any food residue.
Quality cookware frying pan sets
A frying pan is a versatile piece of cookware that can be used to do everything from flipping pancakes to browning meat and frying an egg. Pick up an induction frying pan set from Kitchen Warehouse with various sizes to cook any type of dish.
We have the Tefal Gourmet 5pc Anodised Cookware Set with a 26cm frypan and a smaller 20cm frypan that's great for frying a single egg. You'll also get three different sized saucepans with glass lids for boiling, poaching and more.
There's also the Clevinger 5 piece set with a non-stick 28cm frypan as well as a 24cm frypan, plus additional saucepans with lids and a casserole dish.
Induction cookware sets include
Whether you love to cook one style of cuisine or experiment with a wide variety, there is an induction cookware set that contains exactly what you need at Kitchen Warehouse. Here are just some of the cookware you can find bundled into a set:
Best non-stick induction cookware sets available
Items included in a non-stick cookware set will have a non-stick coating that makes it easy for food to release from the pan and prevents any burned bits from sticking so that they are easier to clean. Check out the Tefal Ultimate Non-Stick 6 Piece Cookware Set that's PFOA, lead and cadmium-free with titanium particles to improve durability and provide even heat distribution.
Oven-safe sets to look out for
Go from the stovetop to the oven in no time with an oven-safe induction cookware set. The Jamie Oliver Cook's Classic 5pc Hard Anodised set contains a saucepan, 2 frying pans, a stewpot and a saute pan that can safely be put into ovens up to 210° Celsius.
Cast iron and heavy duty
Cast iron cookware is excellent for using on induction cooktops. Cast iron generates superior heat retention that works wonderfully with electromagnetic energy to provide you with a pot or pan that cooks evenly and can handle a very high heat. Discover our range of seasoned and enamelled induction cookware, including cast iron skillets, Dutch ovens and crepe pans from reliable brands like Victoria and Lodge.
Stainless steel sets which are induction compatible
Stainless steel is another great material for induction cooktops and is rust-proof, stain-proof and easy to clean. If you're after a comprehensive frypan and saucepan set, the stunning Tefal Ingenio 13pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set will deliver with 3 stainless steel saucepans, 2 non-stick frying pans, 3 glass lids, 3 plastic storage lids and 2 removable handles for easily transferring dishes to the oven.
The Scanpan Impact 7 piece cookware set is another fantastic option. Made from durable stainless steel, it contains 2 covered saucepans, a steamer, 2 frypans, a chef pan and a stockpot to meet all of your cooking needs.
Other products to consider when buying your new induction cookware
Take a look at these other kitchen gadgets, appliances and tableware to make cooking in the kitchen and serving delicious meals even easier and more efficient.
Brands we know and trust
You can find the most loved brands from Australia and overseas at Kitchen Warehouse with outstanding deals and prices below RRP. We have Cuisinart, Tefal, Anolon, Chasseur, Circulon, Essteele, Jamie Oliver by Tefal, Le Creuset, Pyrolux and more.
Buying your induction cookware online at Kitchen Warehouse
From the latest bakeware and kitchenware to professional knives and exquisite barware to deck out your home bar, find everything you need online at Kitchen Warehouse with a fast and easy checkout using Afterpay, PayPal or credit card. Know someone who loves to cook? Surprise them with a gift card and let them choose their own induction cookware to enhance their culinary skills!
What is the best induction cookware?
Kitchen Warehouse stock induction cookware sets by the most trusted brands in cookware. We have combinations to suit every style of cooking, including the Clevinger 5pc Non-Stick Cookware Set with fry pans and saucepans and larger sets for specialised cooking, such as the Wolstead Steeltek 8pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set with roaster, stock pot and saute pan for whipping up a tasty stir fry.
Is induction cookware better?
From induction woks to induction pressure cookers, there's many benefits to be had by making the switch to induction cooking:
They heat up and cook food much more quickly than gas or electric
Temperature changes are almost instantaneous
They offer complete control for precise cooking
They're easy to clean
They're safer than cooking with gas as there is no naked flame
They can save you money on energy bills
Many can also be used on any other cooktop, including gas, electric and ovens
How do you know if your pots are induction?
To use an induction cooktop, you need to use pots and pans with a magnetic base, such as stainless steel or cast iron. If you're curious to know whether you already own induction cookware, simply hold a magnet up to the base of the cookware. If it sticks, it will work on an induction stove!
Which is better - induction or gas?
An induction stovetop uses electromagnetic energy to directly heat induction cookware, while a gas cooktop uses a burner to indirectly heat food through the pot or pan. As a result, induction cooktops heat up much faster than gas and offer precise control over a wide range of temperatures that will remain steady to prevent burning the food. An induction surface will stay cool to the touch. Overall, induction is faster, easier, cleaner and safer than gas.
You can discover the benefits of induction cookware for yourself when you shop at Kitchen Warehouse. Discover your favourite brands at prices lower than RRP and receive free delivery Australia-wide when you spend over $100.