There is a saying that "nothing brings people closer than food". That's one reason why RV vacations are so much fun for foodies. RVers can make delicious meals every day using their mini kitchens set up inside their vehicles.
You should consider cooking during your RV trip not only to save money but also to stay healthy and prevent food-borne illnesses.
RVers make sure to pack all the essential ingredients in their RV Refrigerator so that they can cook at their best. Aside from looking at recipes and gadgets, they also investigate tools they can use to come up with something easy and delicious.
In order to choose the right kind of RV cooking equipment, you should take into account a few factors like:
The most common RV stoves and ranges are propane appliances, alcohol appliances, diesel appliances, and electric appliances. RV cooktops come in a variety of types with their own pros and cons, and your selection depends on your specific needs.
The Dometic oven cooktop, for example, comes with a Dometic RV oven and a 3 burner propane-powered camping stove. Dometic RV stove parts can easily be obtained online. It may be a good idea to choose another type of camper cooktop if you want to save gas.
Induction cooktops, another type of RV electric stovetop, are also becoming increasingly popular today because of the benefits they offer. When RVers think of a new RV stovetop, they often consider an induction cooktop.
Find out what induction cooktop brands are the best and how they work.
Induction cooktops in RVs use electricity to heat, no RV gas or other fuel is required. These types of propane cooktops use coiled copper wires to carry an electrical current below the cooking area; creating a magnetic field to heat the pot. During this procedure, the best thing is that only the utensil is heated up instantly and it doesn’t heat the surface.
Generally, RV induction cooktops require at least 15 amps, but most require at least 20 amps. Besides electricity at your campsite, batteries, generators, and solar panels can adequately power your RV. Induction cooktops can be used without sacrificing your battery if your campsite has 50-amp electrical service. For individuals with batteries that allow them to cook for hours on a charge (say 800 amps), induction cooking is an option. Whenever you use an induction cooktop, go for cookware that can be magnetic or induction.
Gas and electric cooktops are commonly used in RV kitchens and at homes. Although, RVers today tend to prefer using RV induction cooktops for a number of reasons, such as:
The RV Induction cooktop is known for heating up quickly so you can prepare your meal in no time. You can then enjoy other things instead of just trying to prepare a meal. This reduces preparation time and you can focus on other things. The 4 Burner RV Range is also available as a glass top single burner induction cooktop for making multiple dishes. As an example, TI4B 4 Burner true Induction Cooktop, Black.
It is easier to clean the glass-ceramic tops of RV induction cooktops after they have been used. Also, because the liquid or any kind of cooked meal or food that spills onto the RV Gas cooktop drop in surface won’t probably bake onto but the surface may be susceptible to scratches. Therefore, you must handle it gently and regularly clean it by following simple cleaning procedures. You can also use liquid dish soap, a rug, and a towel or soft cleaning pad to clean up your stainless steel utensils or light food stains and spills. Some people also make use of an RV range cover for any type of stovetop to prevent any damage and dirt to their RV stovetops. You can also find an RV induction cooktop cover when you are not using it.
However, the latest drop-in RV gas cooktop also has glass covers to improve its aesthetics and ease cleaning.
When it comes to cooking, consistency is the key to success. The output is more consistent if you can control the temperature more precisely.
Due to their ability to control the temperature better than other types of electric or gas-based cooktops, RV induction cooktops are less likely to undercook or overcook your food.
Compared to traditional gas or electric stoves, RV induction cooktops are safer. Reasons include:
A traditional gas cooktop would generate a lot of heat in your RV in the summer, resulting in more RV power being required to cool it. RV induction cooktops only heat the pan. They cook in a relatively short period of time so you need not worry about hot spots.
We can assist you if you are interested in taking your RV cooking experience to the next level with an induction cooktop. Your next camper stove replacement could include:
You can choose what kind of induction cooktop will suit your needs based on the number of single or double burners you desire and the budget you have.
Depending on the power source you intend to use, you need a different type of RV stove. A majority of RVers have a gas stove top, a propane stove and an induction cooktop in their RVs. For instance, you can save on propane by using the induction cooktop instead of the RV stove. It is very easy to find online a RV electric range, an RV gas stove, an RV gas oven, and two induction stoves. Find any type of stove or stove part that best suits your needs by searching for "camper stoves sale online" or "suburban stove parts". Choosing the right RV stove replacement will be easy if you compare the price, specification, and power requirements.