Sugar Thermometer and Jam Thermometer
The Jam and Sugar Thermometer is ideal for making sweets and confectionary due to the different temperatures indicated on the sugar thermometer, for better reault of producing, your desired sugar type. Some of the types indicated on the sugar thermometer is oft ball, hard ball, hard crack, caramel all embossed on the this thermometer.
These indications allow you to get the sugar precisely right to create mouth-watering sweets and confectionary.
The jam, toffee, cook's thermometer's stainless steel casing measures 50 x 240mm plus 65mm plastic handle.Easy to clean but by hand only as the glass on the sugar thermometer is fragile and will break in a dishwasher
Not only good for making different type of sugars, this thermometer has markings for jam makingwhich is very important to get the correct temperatures otherwise without a thermometer you may find you jam is not setting or your sugar is burnt.
This Sugar and Jam thermometer can improve your results and save you £'s by getting the correct temperatures. If wrong then you may have to throw all your hard work away and start again.
This deisgn of sugar thermometer does not allow the glass bulb of the thermometer to touch the bottom of the pan, thus proctecting it from easy damage.
We are Thermometers Direct offer fast delivery times and cheap postage options, ideal if you require your sugar thermometer urgent, as next day delivery is always a option ( not including weekends )
Indicates recommended temperature for jam, soft ball, hard ball, caramel, soft crack and hard crack
Temperature display: °C or °F
Measure range: +40 to 200°C
Accuracy: 2°C divisions
Spirit glass thermometer, Mercury Free
When using a sugar Thermometer or any thermometer for cooking, the temperatures all based at sea level you may need to adjust your temperatures of the sugar if very much higher
Be very careful any temperature above 350ºF (177ºC ) will begin to burn the sugar once its burnt it will develop a bitter and burnt taste not good for making sweets.
Which is why we use a Sugar Thermometer
To test your different sugar, you need a bowel of VERY cold water and approx a teaspoon of your cooked sugar
The idea is to test your sugar creation and see what it does, this will also help you with the correct sugar temperature required and also shown on the thermometer.