While there’s no rocket science involved with using a thermometer, you should still ensure using it the right way. Make sure that you do not neglect the importance of all the safety measures and use it correctly for accurate readings.
- Read the Instructions
It goes without saying that before you use any appliance, you should always read the manufacturer’s instructions. These can vary a bit from one another, so it’s best to understand everything before you begin using it.
- Insert the Probes Correctly
After you have pre-heated your air fryer and your meat is seasoned, insert the probe into the center of the meat. Make sure you insert it in the thickest part for accurate readings.
- Put All the Information
Most wireless thermometers come with either a mobile application or a digital receiver. Therefore, you should put all the required information on the device, such as the meat time, desired temperature, etc.
- Put the Meat in the Air Fryer
Once you have added all the information, put the meat in the air fryer and start the device.
- Keep an Eye on the Display Device
The best part about using a wireless thermometer is that there’s no need to open your cooking pot again and again to check the temperature. You can monitor it throughout on the display device. Most of these thermometers will provide a current internal temperature with an approximate completion time for cooking. Still, you should keep an eye, so you do not overcook your meat.
- Time to Dig in
Once your food is cooked, your thermometer will alert you. That’s your cue to remove the meat from the air fryer and allow it to rest for a while. Once it cools down, you can now devour the perfectly cooked, tender, and juicy pieces of meat!