Sugar Thermometer & Jam Thermometer
This stainless steel sugar thermometer suitable for Jam, Caramelising Sugar, Caramel, Boiling Fruit, Preserves, Candy, Confectionery and more.
It comes labelled recommended temperatures for certain foods. These include:
- Small Crack
- Transparent Icing
- Fruit Boiling
And comes with a handy liquid level indicator
Multi-purpose Sugar Thermometer Details
- Temperature Range: 20 to 200°C
- Accuracy: +/-2°C
- Divisions: 2°Cc
- Clearing Printed Temperature Scale
- Easy to read
The Science & The Art
This thermometer is ideal for jams, sugar, caramel and confectionery cooking
Working with sugar and preserves in the kitchen is both an art and a science. You bring the art and flair of your cooking, we’ll bring the science with this Thermometer World Sugar Thermometer that’s your perfect companion in the kitchen. Easy to clean, simple to use with clear temperature markings, you’ll master your cooking art with this sugar thermometer.
Simply submerge the probe into your cooking fluid, whether it’s a preserve or caramelised sugar, and clearly see the accurate temperature displayed in plain and clear sight. With the handy liquid level indicate you can position your sugar thermometer so it’s accurately measuring the temperature of your cooking liquid as opposed to the base of the pan! (which is what a lot of other jam thermometers and sugar thermometers fall foul with).
If you’re a seasoned veteran in the kitchen, or a complete beginner to making jams or working with sugar, this sugar thermometer is the perfect addition to your kitchen armoury.
Using this Sugar Thermometer
To use, submerge to the liquid fill line on the stainless steel portion of the thermometer.
Use the strong plastic handle to position the sugar thermometer carefully in the liquid you’re working with.
Ensure the sugar thermometer is positioned so that the top of the liquid is set to the liquid fill line – this will ensure accurate temperature measurement of your boiling liquid.
Do I need a thermometer to make Jam or measure the temperature of sugar?
Working with caramel, jam and confectionery is difficult, and although there are methods of checking whether a temperature has been reached without a sugar thermometer, these methods don’t typically offer you any control or indication of temperature prior to reaching your desired temperature. Basing temperature measurement and your cooking method on timings also isn’t fool proof – even if you’ve made the same caramel or jam a thousand times!
It best to invest in a sugar thermometer to ensure you have a stress free time time when cooking with sugar, candy, confectionery and preserves and make sure the results are perfectly edible and taste amazing!
Does this thermometer work with oil?
Yes this can also be used as a cooking oil thermometer, however we recommend our Dial Cooking Oil Thermometer for that purpose. Even though this thermometer is perfectly suited to oil temperatures the frying oil thermometer developed by Thermometer World has a large dial face and is suited to measuring the temperature of frying oils with a long stainless steel probe and large temperature dial face for ease of reading