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This Is The Best Type Of Stove In Any Kitchen

Speed up cooking time with this stove.

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Photography: Jilson Tiu (Main Photo)

One of the most useful appliances any home should have is a stove. Whether it's an electric, induction, or a gas stove, you're going to need one, even if scrambled eggs is all you'll ever cook on it. So, if you're in the market for a new stove, it's good to take note of not only what you need, but also what your cooking routine is like every day.


Imagine this scenario: you are preparing breakfast. You need to cook fried rice and fry eggs and tocino, but you only have a single-burner stove. Cooking a traditional Pinoy breakfast is going to be a long and time-consuming affair.

Now, imagine that same scenario using a two or double-burner stove. Faster, right? That's because any meal preparation is going to be quicker if you're using a two- (or more) burner stove. 

Breakfast, or any meal for that matter, will be done faster. You can cook garlic fried rice on one burner and cook the eggs at the same time on the other, lessening the amount of time it will take you to finish cooking the meal because you're more efficient and productive.

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Even dinner prep can speed up. Think about how much time it will take you to cook a simple spaghetti dinner on a one-burner stove. It really will take you double the amount of time to do all the things you need to do because you not only need to cook the pasta, you also need to cook the sauce. Cooking the pasta itself will take at least 20 minutes or more since you'll need to wait for the water to come to a boil first. Only after the pasta is cooked will you be able to start cooking the sauce. On a double burner, those 20 minutes for cooking the pasta can be spent cooking or even heating up the pasta sauce at the same time on the second burner.


So, if you think about it, with almost any cooking scenario, the two-burner stove is really the ideal number of burners for daily kitchen work.

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A two-burner stove is really the ideal when it comes to stoves. So, whether you want an electric, need an induction in the condo, or prefer the classic gas stove, you can't go wrong by choosing the one with two burners.

This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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