Friday, September 7, 2012

Eddingtons Meat Thermometer/Temperature Probe - Review

The Eddingtons Meat Thermometer has a remote probe sensor, the probe lead is 110cm long and heat resistant up to 250°C.  The probe lead is inserted into the thermometer, and the probe is inserted into the meat before placing into the oven.   The thermometer can be set in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, and there is a switch on the back to set the unit from Cook to Timer mode. When the required temperature is reached an alarm will sound.

Thermometer set to the required temperature
 with the probe inserted into the middle of the Beef Wellington.
There is a magnet on the back of the unit to mount the thermometer onto your oven, a flip down stand to sit on the work top or it can be fixed onto the back of a cupboard door. Insert the probe into the centre of the meat, place in the oven, shut the door onto the cord and ensure your thermometer is set correctly to the required temperature.

Cooked Beef Wellington
Now I have used the oven temperature probe, I really don't know why I haven't used one before.  I won't have to guess if my meat is cooked, the probe can also be used for making jams, sweets, in fact for most tasks where it is necessary to know the temperature.  I tested the thermometer for boiling water and it registered 100°C.

The probe comes with full instructions, but unfortunately there isn't a temperature guide included. 1   x AAA battery is required for the temperature/timer unit.

This is a great kitchen gadget which will be used time and time again. 

Stockist: The Cooks Kitchen.  It is very affordable at £11.90 plus p&p.

Thank you Eleanor and Eddingtons for the review sample.

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