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Cooking With Beko Induction Is A Breeze

Even if you are a good cook, preparing a big feast for your loved ones has always been a challenge. Every so often, your cooking skills are not enough to get all your favorite home cooked dishes done easily; more so, if the appliances you have in your kitchen has limited capabilities. Fortunately, cooking multiple dishes all at once like a pro is now made easier as long as you have the right cooking appliance.



Beko, one of the largest home appliance brands in Europe, brings a line-up of cookers that will enable any homemaker to cook multiple dishes like a pro.  And among the new breed of cooking appliance, the induction hob is arguably, the most popular among young moms.
According to Dyeun Zapanta, Sales and Marketing Head of Beko Philippines, this type of cooker is the best choice for cooking enthusiasts since it is quicker and cheaper to use.
One key factor that makes induction hobs different is the use of copper coil magnets. Electricity passes through these coils to create electromagnetic energy to generate heat. With this technology, the induction hob is capable of heating only the contents of your pan instead of warming the entire cooking surface. Thus, cooking your dish is made faster, manageable, and energy efficient.


Beko also makes induction hobs even more useful, especially when cooking many dishes. With its latest IndyFlex+™ technology, Beko Induction Hobs feature an expanded cooking surface that allows users to cook with any size and number of pans they like.
Unlike any other cookers, the Beko hobs utilize eight independent coils that are managed through digital buttons, which are used to split the cooking area into separate cooking zones. You can also recombine and manage each of these independent cooking zones to suit the size of the pot you are using.

With this breakthrough technology, you can now enjoy cooking for up to three times more dishes all at the same time, as compared to regular hobs and gas cookers.
Zapanta further said, “Today’s ideal cookers combine all the necessary features that the customers need. Beko induction hobs, as well as our other cooker offerings, are equipped with all the latest innovations and functions to make every cooking time hassle-free and a truly enjoyable experience.”

Strengthening its local presence in the country, Beko Philippines continues to penetrate the Filipino market. Since 2015, the company already doubled its distribution in SM Appliance Center, as well as tripled its sales through an enhanced and domineering product line that continuously meets the demands of the consumers.



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