A candy thermometer, also known as a sugar thermometer, or jam thermometer is
a cooking thermometer used to measure the temperature and therefore the ...
Dec 2, 2010 ... When you're making candy, add that number to the number you get from the
thermometer reading. –Be sure to record how much you need to ...
Dec 18, 2011 ... Advice and tips on using a candy thermometer from pastry chef ... require far
more savvy than simply reading the numbers on a thermometer.
However, it's not uncommon for thermometers to become less accurate over time,
and a mis-reading of even 5 degrees can mean a failed batch of candy.
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Aug 3, 2010 ... If the reading is not 212 degrees, figure the difference for the correct ... Read the
thermometer at eye level and cook the candy to the desired ...
Many have adjustable hooks or clips so the thermometer can be attached to a
pan. There are dual-purpose thermometers with readings both for candy and
Oct 14, 2010 ... Can I use that instead of a candy thermometer? Or is there some ... The reading
on the thermometer may be two or three seconds old. Reply.
Digital thermometers offer fast readings, and some digital thermometers are
designed specifically for candy making. These digital thermometers can alert you
Candy Thermometer: When to stop cooking the sugar syrup, is indicated by either
... accidentally touching the bottom of the pan, which will give false readings.
A candy thermometer measures the sugar solution used in cooking candy. ... It's
hard to see the temperature reading on a glass candy thermometer when it's ...