You don’t have to make a pilgrimage to a fancy restaurant to enjoy a good steak. You can also conjure up a gala dinner at home. But there are a few prerequisites that must be met. In addition to high-quality ingredients, you should also have the right equipment. Of course, you won’t be able to conjure up a good steak or a juicy roast without a powerful stove or oven. But even these are no guarantee that the end result will have exactly the degree of cooking that you desire. For this you either need years of experience as a cook or make your life easier with a practical meat thermometer. These are now available not only in digital form, but also with smartphone connectivity. The best example is the Inkbird IBT-26S meat thermometer. This we want to introduce to you today once.
The convenient way to a juicy steak
When you buy a good piece of meat, you usually have to expect a high cost. It is all the more annoying if the steak or roast is still raw or even dry at the end. Accordingly, kitchen laymen in particular are always tense when they want to treat themselves to a fillet of beef or a roast pork.
But you can skillfully avoid this stress with the help of a meat thermometer like the one from Inkbird. Here you keep the temperature always in view. And you can do it from the comfort of your couch. After all, the thermometer itself is connected to your home network. Using the appropriate app, you can easily check the temperature. The thermometer uses Bluetooth 5.1 and makes contact with your WiFi via 2.4 GHz.
In particular, the connection via WiFi is exceedingly convenient. That might not be the case for a steak, which, from experience, only needs to linger in the pan and oven for a few minutes. But at the latest when you dare to cook dishes like a pork roast or pulled pork, the monitoring is extremely practical even far away from your home.
Since these dishes usually have to stay in the oven for several hours, you’re not confined to your own four walls. You can go to work, take a walk or meet up with friends. In fact, while you’re out and about, you can easily check the current temperature from anywhere thanks to the thermometer’s WiFi connection.
This is especially practical during the Christmas season, which is naturally characterized by many preparation-intensive dishes. Instead of permanently lingering in the kitchen, you can just watch your Christmas classic on TV or have a coffee with your relatives.
Thermometer with practical recipes
Once upon a time, ignorance in the kitchen could really only be made up for with cooking practice. But this not only costs time, but is a real pain for those who are not comfortable at the stove and oven. Sooner or later, however, every cooking muffle gets into the predicament of having to conjure up a dish. The Inkbird IBT-26S meat thermometer is the perfect support.
A total of 29 meat dishes are stored here, which you can select in advance of preparation. Based on your choice, the thermometer then determines the duration and target temperature of the cooking process. If you prefer to stick to grandma’s classic recipes, you can of course also make manual settings.
Here you can set a minimum and maximum temperature as well as a countdown. If the limits are exceeded or the countdown has expired, you will receive a message via the app. If you have cooked a dish perfectly and want to repeat it, you can use the cloud service. Here, your “cooking history” is stored for up to a month.
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Always everything in view
Just because there is the monitoring option via smartphone, you don’t have to use it, of course. You can also take a look at the thermometer itself. Here you have a practical display with backlight. This takes place in a magnetic housing, which in turn can be conveniently placed on the oven.
Alternatively, you can simply use the folding mechanism and set up the display in the kitchen using a stand. You can make adjustments to brightness and display in the app. Fortunately, the days when a meat thermometer was powered by conventional batteries are over. At least that’s the case with the Inkbird IBT-26S meat thermometer.
Namely, a 2500mAh battery is used here, which should be able to last up to 32 hours on a full charge, according to the manufacturer. Thus, it should easily outlast even lengthy cooking procedures with low temperatures. The sensor technology is also impressive. Thus, the thermometer comes with four different sensors, all of which offer accuracy to within 0.5°C.
The perfect gift
The Inkbird IBT-26S meat thermometer makes the perfect gift for the gourmet fans in your circle of friends. No matter if they love to stand at the grill or are passionate spatulas. With the practical thermometer you should definitely make them a great pleasure. In view of the equipment, the price of 79.99 euros is quite justified. After all, you get a lot of smart features here that should definitely make your everyday kitchen life easier.