When using a hob, it is important to ensure you are using the correct pans for your appliance type. Unlike induction hobs, which need ferrous metal pans to work, most pans will work on a gas hob without any problems, unless the manufacture of the pans specifies otherwise.
Flat bottomed pans are not essential for gas hobs thanks to the pan supports. As a result, gas hobs are highly flexible when it comes to compatible cooking equipment. Pans with thin metal surfaces are often thought to be the most compatible for gas cooking. A thin metal surface allows the pan to heat up quickly and cool down quickly, giving you more control over the heat of your cooking.
Own an induction hob? For more information on what types of pans you can use on an induction hob, please read our dedicated FAQ.
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