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ChilliWorld Recipe Center - Oven Temperatures
 
Oven Temperature Equivalents
Fahrenheit (F) Celsius (C) Gas Number Oven Terms
225 F 110 C 1/4 Very Cool
250 F 130 C 1/2 Very Slow
275 F 140 C 1 Very Slow
300 F 150 C 2 Slow
325 F 170 C 3 Slow
350 F 180C 4 Moderate
375 F 190 C 5 Moderate
400 F 200 C 6 Moderately Hot
425 F 220 C 7 Hot
450 F 230 C 8 Hot
475 F 245 C 9 Hot
500 F 260 C 10 Extremely Hot
550 F 290 C 10 Broiling*
       
 
* Broiling is much like grilling, cooking the meat at a very high heat level. When broiling the heat source is above the meat whereas in grilling the heat source is below, as in a BBQ or grillade.
 
Electric and gas ovens may be calibrated using Celsius. However, for an electric oven, increase the Celsius setting by 10 to 20 degrees when cooking above 160ºC. For convection or forced-air ovens (gas or electric), lower the setting 10 degrees when cooking at all heat levels.
 
Many ovens calibrated in Gas Marks, particularly modern ones, are not calibrated below gas mark 1 and worse still the gas mark 1 setting may be set below it's accepted heat level, i.e. 275°F (140°C).
If using the lower settings on an oven it is advisable to buy an oven thermometer and check the temperature your oven gives on gas mark 1. An oven thermometer is an inexpensive piece of equipment stocked by most cookware shops that will ensure you are cooking recipes at the temperature they were tested at.
It's also important to remember that the heat within a gas oven will vary from the top (hottest) to the bottom (the coolest part). An oven thermometer can help you more accurately calibrate the actual temperatures at each shelf setting. If a recipe does not specify a particular position in the oven then use the middle shelf setting.
 
 
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