The thermometer is an excellent tool in the kitchen. Not only is it useful to know the term of the meat, but you can also find other uses when preparing different foods. I share 5 different ways to use it.
Step by Step of: 5 uses of the thermometer in the kitchen
For poached or poached eggs: if you want your eggs to remain at their point, insert the thermometer into the water, this should mark 80 ° C approximately.
For homemade bread: a way to know if the bread you prepare at home is ready is by inserting the thermometer in the bread, it should mark between 82 ° C and 88 ° C.
For the base of the homemade ice cream: the temperature should oscillate between 80 ° C and 82 ° C when you are heating the mixture in the stove before cooling it.
To know the exact temperature of your refrigerator: place the meat thermometer in any liquid (such as milk). The thermometer should mark between 2 ° C and 4 ° C, that is the ideal temperature of a refrigerator.
To make caramel: place the thermometer, very carefully, inside the pot and depending on the temperature it will be in the point of soft ball (118 ° C), light caramel (150 ° C) or dark caramel (160 °).