Our recipes also include temperatures which are not reached by your TM5 during the cooking process;
regardless of whether or not 120°C, for example, is shown as the temperature reached.
This setting concerns a particular type of heating behavior, so that when 100°C are reached, the heat source provides additional heat energy.
The point of the recipe information is therefore not to stipulate that the TM5 must necessarily reach the relevant temperature, but that the appliance is programmed at a particular temperature setting to ensure that the recipe succeeds using this programming.
Note: water has the physical property of evaporating at 100°C. This means that unlike fat or oil, for instance, it can never reach 120°C.