The short answer is- yes, you can use cast iron on an induction. Since an induction stovetop works by transferring a magnetic current to a metal pan, cast iron works well for this.
in a safe way.
While induction stovetops are electric stoves that have a glass cooktop, they heat pans in a different way than your traditional electric stovetop.
When cooking on an induction stove, you must cook with pots and pans that are made of a magnetic-based material. The most readily available pans for induction cooking are cast iron or magnetic stainless steel cookware, such as All-Clad, Le Creuset, or any enameled cast iron.
Cast iron pans are made from molten iron and are one solid piece when they are made. Their handle and pan are one piece of iron which makes them super durable, but it also means the handle heats with the pan.
-Preheat your cast iron without anything in it -Add your fat -Add your food -Use stainless steel spatulas.