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Monday, March 25, 2013

Oven Temperature Conversion Chart

Sometimes, but not often, I run into a reference to a temperature for the oven that I am not familiar with. I don't want to ruin or waste my food.  So, what to do? I look at this chart that I found somewhere.

Now, I cannot type  below the chart I copied from my documents.  Tell me if you will, do you still read and hear these terms instead of a definite temperature?

Very slow ovenbelow 300 degrees F.
Slow oven300 degrees F.
Moderately slow oven 325 degrees F.
Moderate oven350 degrees F.
Moderately hot oven375 degrees F.
Quick oven375 - 400 degrees F.
Hot oven400-425 degrees F.
Very hot oven 450-475 degrees F.
Extremely hot oven500 degrees F. or more

3 comments:

  1. The range that came with this house we bought had no thermostat. It went from cold to BURNT BLACK FOOD in 15 minutes. Honest.

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  2. Very useful chart. Those terms actually make sense to me now that I cook on a wood cookstove. The lower heats mean slower cooking. I'm actually learning how to use my stove and oven as a slow cooker.

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  3. Aren't they wood stove/pre electric terms?

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