Oven Conversion Chart UK

Oven Temperature Conversion Chart

There is nothing worse than discovering a great looking recipe, only to find the oven temperatures are listed in Fahrenheit but you use gas or celsius. Sounds like what you need is an oven conversion chart!

The number of times I have had to search for things like:

  • What is 180 degrees celsius on gas cooker? (Gas Mark 4)
  • 170 degrees in gas? (Gas mark 3)
  • 425 degrees fahrenheit to gas mark? (Gas Mark 7)

So, to help both ourselves and all of you, we have created an easy to read oven temperature conversion chart!

If you’d prefer not to refer to this conversion chart every time your need to convert Celsius into Fahrenheit, then try to remember that Celsius is roughly about half the temperature of Fahrenheit.

You can either use the chart below and keep coming back when you need to look up oven temperature conversions, or, you can download this chart as a PDF, print it out and keep it somewhere in your kitchen.

Oven conversion chart

Free Oven Conversion Chart

Degrees FahrenheitDegrees CelsiusGas MarkDescription
2251101/4Very slow
250120/1301/2Very slow
2751401Slow
3001502Slow
325160/1703Moderate
3501804Moderate
3751905Moderately hot
4002006Moderately hot
4252207Hot
4502308Hot
4752409Very hot

Oven Temperature Guide

To make things even easier for you, we have also created a conversion table for electric ovens vs electric ovens with fan assist vs gas ovens.

Again, you can either bookmark this page and come back every time you need to convert your ovens temperature, or download the handy PDF and keep it somewhere accessible in your kitchen.

-Electricity °CElectricity (fan) °CGas Mark
Very cool11090¼
Very cool120100½
Cool1401201
Cool1501302
Moderate1601403
Moderate 1801604
Moderately hot1901705
Moderately hot2001806
Hot2202007
Hot2302108
Very hot2402209
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Andy Canter

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