In recent weeks we may have abandoned restaurant visits, but that’s no excuse not to be able to replicate something spectacular at home. Introducing Meater + the First Wireless Smart Meat Thermometer the kitchen/BBQ tool that can help you to cook restaurant-quality food from your own kitchen.
When offered the opportunity to try the new Meater +, I jumped at the chance and was impressed with the simplicity of use, the aspect of hygiene, outlining the importance of cooking meat safely and the great cooking results I achieved. Taking the guesswork out of my cooking time, this smart device allows your meat to cook faster whilst holding onto the moisture for a professional cooking result. Giving you more time to focus on your dinner guests!
Meater + was developed to help meat lovers with different cooking skills to achieve consistent results when frying or grilling. It is a wireless meat thermometer with a smart guided cook system, allowing you to cook tasty, succulent and satisfying meat with ease. It can be used on a selection of meats and cuts from a standard whole chicken, brisket of beef to a salmon steak.
It is a streamlined stainless-steel probe that measures just over 5 inches long with an internal temperature sensor situated at the bottom and a ceramic handle and ambient temperature sensor on the opposite end.
In the middle of the probe, you will find a safety notch that indicates how far it should be inserted into what you’re cooking.
You will find no display or physical buttons on the probe as all the information is shown on your phone using the app.
Meater’s innovative Guided Cook System can then help you through every step of the cooking process, from grilling to resting. Simply select the cut of meat you wish to cook; decide how you would like it cooked and the smart algorithms will calculate an estimated cook time based on the cut’s internal temperature.
When not in use the Thermometer has its own unique charger box with conveniently located magnets on the top and bottom of the dock, so you can stick it to your refrigerator or grill.
To clean the probe, just rinse it under the tap and wipe it off with a sponge. You can use a mild, non-abrasive cleaner too. Do not submerge the probe into water as it is not waterproof.