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Gas marks on gas ovens and heat or temperature developed.
The table below indicates the relationship between gas marks and temperature developed by domestic gas ovens.
Gas Cookers - Temperature vs. Marks
|quart ||225 ||107 ||Very Slow |
|half ||250 ||121 ||Very Slow |
|1 ||275 ||135 ||Very Slow |
|2 ||300 ||149 ||Slow |
|3 ||325 ||163 ||Slow |
|4 ||350 ||177 ||Very Moderate |
|5 ||375 ||191 ||Moderate |
|6 ||400 ||204 ||Moderately Hot |
|7 ||425 ||218 ||Moderately Hot |
|8 ||450 ||232 ||Hot |
|9 ||475 ||246 ||Very Hot |
The oven settings above are approximate as individual cookers may vary. Be aware that gas oven regulators are not absolutely accurate and temperature will probably not match the gas mark exactly.
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