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Perfect Doneness With Probe Thermometers

Probe thermometers are among the quickest, easiest, and most precise ways of checking the temperature of cooked food. They have a pointed stem, a probe, stuck into the cooked food, and a display to read the temperature. These thermometers are perfect for cooking large cuts of meat to the desired doneness without overcooking them. That's why they are also known as meat thermometers. You can also use them while heating milk, caramelizing sugar, and frying wings without touching the hot contents. 

Probe thermometers are available in various styles. The following points will help you find the best matching your needs.

  • A primary consideration is the face type. Digital models are, of course, more accurate, but you have the more affordable dial option. 
  • You can use the surface probe types if you are concerned about inserting a needle into your dishes. They have a flat surface to touch the food and measure its temperature. Needle probes are much better at giving the exact internal food temperatures.
  • Single-probe thermometers measure one item at a time, but dual-probe food thermometers can be used for two items. You can control the temperature of the meat and the grill or two meat cuts simultaneously. 
  • Some probes thermometers have long wires attached to the face. Thus, you will not have to open your cooking equipment repeatedly to read the temperature. The display sits outside the equipment while the probe remains inside.

 

Probe thermometers are also called penetration thermometers, one of the many details of serving the most delicious menus to your customers. Chef's Deal has a large selection of other restaurant and food thermometers that will contribute to your daily operations.