"A good thermometer is the baker's secret weapon!"
Because you cannot bake properly without a good thermometer, we rate this one of the top ten most useful kitchen tools!
In our test kitchen, we use a thermometer all the time!
- When you're baking bread, test the water. You want warm water not over 115 degrees.
- When you mix your dough, test the temperature. Yeast grows best at 79 degrees.
- When the bread is baked, the temperature should be at least 190 degrees.
But it's not just bread. We use it when we're developing cake and dessert recipes. A thermometer is a better gauge of doneness than a timer.
But this is a do-everything thermometer. Use it for barbecuing to see if your meat is done, for cooking, even picnics and camping. Check to see if your food is cool or cooked.
- Reasonably priced so that you can own several.
- The large face on this thermometer makes it easy to read.
- There is an adjustment nut on the back so that you can adjust it if ever needed for precision use.
With proper care, this should last a lifetime.
Both we and the manufacturer guarantee the precision of this thermometer so you can bake with confidence.