I have a one-burner induction cooktop and I use a stainless steel pot to cook various things, like rice and spaghetti. But I always get burnt rice or food stuck to the bottom of the pot, regardless of the heat level, and even if I put it on the lowest heat. It seems to me the reason could be the stainless steel pot has a very thin bottom. And I thought maybe I could solve this by cooking with another frying pan beneath the pot.
Is that a viable solution to my problem? Can I put the frying pan which has a thick bottom on the induction cooktop and stack the stainless pot on top of it?