We are renovating our kitchen and we are looking to install ELICA Built in Hobs with brass burners.
What I’ve noticed is that the brass burners are like our conventional cooktop burners. Online i’ve read about the dilemma of buying built in hobs previously was the low flame & delayed cooking for our indian style cooking. But by the sight of the new built in hobs of ELICA I feel it isn’t the same anymore.
Kindly share your suggestions on the same because after buying built in hobs (for aesthetic reasons) at a higher cost our Cooking experience shouldn’t be tampered.
Thanks & Regards,
- Siddharth asked 2 years ago
- last edited 2 years ago
Indian food requires certain temperature for activities like oil heating & rotis etc.
Until 2-3 years back burners were completely different. Recent models have tried to bridge thi gap, however there would still be some difference in experience. Mainly, because one has been using old style burners all life.
My vendor funnily tells me that with these news burner, home owner has to make adjustment. These hobs will not adjust as per your need.
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