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Induction cooktops generate heat on iron or steel elements. There's no fire involved. You want to lit a piece of charcoal on fire. That requires a flame. Induction doesn't generate flames, just heat, so you won't be able to light up your charcoal with just that - I'm not even sure the induction will generate enough heat to light your charcoal piece on fire. ...


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You cannot do this using an induction stove; use any source of flame instead In a comment you confirmed you were aiming to reproduce a technique in this YouTube video, in which a piece of burning charcoal is placed in a foil cup inside a saucepan containing cooked food, with oil then poured onto the charcoal to generate smoke. The gas cooker in the video ...


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