Converting oven temperatures between Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F) can be challenging, particularly when dealing with gas mark conversions used in the UK. There’s nothing worse than burning a cake or undercooking a chicken because you used the wrong oven temperature or converted the gas mark incorrectly.
Guide to Optimal Oven Temperature Settings: Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Gas Mark Conversion
To simplify this process, we have created an easy-to-use temperature conversion table. It will help you understand and navigate different oven types without any hassle. For example, if a recipe calls for gas mark 4, simply set your oven to 180°C (or 350 degrees Fahrenheit).
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Bookmark the chart for easy Fahrenheit, Celsius, and gas mark conversion whenever you’re cooking.
|Temperature Range||Gas Oven||Electric Oven|
|Cool||Gas Mark 1||140||120||275|
|Gas mark 2||150||130||300|
|Moderate||Gas mark 3||170||150||325|
|Gas mark 4||180||160||350|
|Moderately Hot||Gas mark 5||190||170||375|
|Gas mark 6||200||180||400|
|Hot||Gas mark 7||220||200||425|
|Gas mark 8||230||210||450|
|Very Hot||Gas mark 9||240||220||470|
There you have it!
If you’re craving for a perfect Roasted Garlicky Chicken, but you’re not sure how 220 °C converts to gas marks – we’ve got the answer! 220 °C is equal to the gas mark 7. Ensure full preheating of your oven, season your chicken and place it in the oven for a mouthwatering result.
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