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Using a thermometer in the kitchen is the best way to ensure accurate temperatures, cooking times and stages. Take the guess work out of the equation and use one of the thermometers from Kitchen Warehouse to cook meat exactly as you like it, froth milk at the optimal temperature, set jam and sweets and keep your appliances accurate.
Available in non-digital or battery run digital models
Remote reading of the temperature is possible in some digital models. The thermometer sounds an alarm when required temperature is reached.
Thermometers for Cooking
Cook your roast to Rare, Medium Rare, Medium or Well-Done by simply checking the dial or LCD display.
Probe sits in meat as it cooks while temperature is displayed on the dial.
Special Features available:
Pre-programmed digital settings sound an alert when the meat reaches the right cooking level.
Remote: Check temperature without removing meat from oven. A flexible cord attaches to probe at one end and to the dial or display on the other. With the oven door closed over the flexible cord, the dial is attached to the oven by magnet or set on a stand.
Bluetooth: Displays temperature up to 3 metre range. Ideal for BBQs.
Other options: Lanyard, Countdown timer, Auto shut off, LCD torch, hanging hook.
Deep Fry/Candy Thermometer for Making Sweets, Jam, Cheese and Preserves or Deep Frying With accurate temperature reading and timing, your delicious fudge or strawberry jam will set perfectly, preserves will cook just right, deep fried food will be crisp and cheese piquant.
Clips to side of container or uses a paddle base to keep gauge suspended in liquid
All necessary stages are marked on the thermometer or in a separate chart