Oven Temperature Conversions
|Gas Mark||Fahrenheit||Celsius||Celsius (fan)||Heat description|
|1/4||225 °F||110 °C||100 °C||Very slow|
|1/2||250 °F||120 °C||110 °C||---|
|1||275 °F||135 °C||125 °C||slow|
|2||300 °F||150 °C||140 °C||---|
|3||325 °F||165 °C||150 °C||moderately slow|
|4||350 °F||180 °C||160 °C||moderate|
|5||375 °F||190 °C||170 °C||---|
|6||400 °F||205 °C||185 °C||moderately hot|
|7||425 °F||220 °C||200 °C||hot|
|8||450 °F||230 °C||210 °C||---|
|9||475 °F||245 °C||225 °C||very hot|
|10||500 °F||260 °C||240 °C||extremely hot|
Use these handy reference charts for gas and electric oven temperatures. Charts include approximate oven temperature conversions for fahrenheit, celsius, celsius (fan-assisted) and gas marks. There's also a converter at the bottom of the page, for all other temperature conversions.
Please be aware that temperatures will vary slightly with the type and size of your oven, as well as with your location and atmospheric conditions.
Worldwide oven temperature conversions
In the United States, oven temperatures are commonly referenced in fahrenheit. Throughout the rest of the world, it's a mixture of gas marks and celsius. So, here's a helpful infographic, chart and converter to guide you.
A common question
When following a baking recipe, you'll commonly see an instruction to pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees F. It's often referred to as the 'magic number' for baking. If you want to convert 350 degrees F to celsius, here's the conversion guide:
|Fahrenheit||Gas Mark||Celsius (rounded)||Celsius (fan oven)|
Oven temperature converter
Please note that the temperatures provided on this page are a guide only. We have many other cooking calculators available on this website. If you're baking or cooking and need to convert between cups, tablespoons, grams, ounces and other measures, give the cooking recipe converter a try.
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