Are you looking for an affordable and reliable way to check meat temperature on the grill? Analog leave-in thermometers are the right thermometer for you. As the name implies, leave-in thermometers are inserted into the meat and left there during the process of grilling.
Analog thermometers are well constructed and made up of durable metal and glass. They are simple and easy to use – you only have to insert the thermometer into the meat. Insert the thermometer into the center of the thickest portion of the largest muscle of the uncooked meat.
However, must keep in mind that the analog meat thermometer must not touch any bone, fat or the pan as it may result in an inaccurate temperature reading. Monitor reading the temperature and if the meat reaches the suggested or the right temperature push in the thermometer a little farther. Continue monitoring the reading of the temperature, if you find the temperature drops, it means the meat is still not properly cooked. In such a case, you are suggested to continue cooking meat for a few minutes more. However, if the temperature remains the same, it is recommended to remove the meat from the grill.