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).

Bookmark the chart for easy Fahrenheit, Celsius, and gas mark conversion whenever you’re cooking.

Temperature RangeGas OvenElectric Oven
°CFan °C°F
CoolGas Mark 1140120275
Gas mark 2150130300
ModerateGas mark 3170150325
Gas mark 4180160350
Moderately HotGas mark 5190170375
Gas mark 6200180400
HotGas mark 7220200425
Gas mark 8230210450
Very HotGas mark 9240220470

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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