Oven temperatures

Oven temperatures

Common oven temperatures (such as terms: cool oven, very slow oven, slow oven, moderate oven, hot oven, fast oven, etc.) are set to control the effects of baking in an oven, for various lengths of time.

Standard phrases

 Table of equivalent oven temperatures[1]
 
Description °F °C
Cool oven 200 °F 90 °C
Very Slow oven 250 °F 120 °C
Slow oven 300–325 °F 150–160 °C
Moderately Slow 325–350 °F 160–180 °C
Moderate oven 350–375 °F 180–190 °C
Moderately Hot 375–400 °F 190–200 °C
Hot oven 400–450 °F 200–230 °C
Very Hot oven 450–500 °F 230–260 °C
Fast oven 450–500 °F 230–260 °C

The various standard phrases,[1] to describe oven temperatures, include words such as "cool" to "hot" or "very slow" to "fast". For example, a cool oven has temperature set to 200 °F (90 °C), and a slow oven has a temperature range from 300–325 °F (150–160 °C). A moderate oven has a range of 350–375 °F (180–190 °C), and a hot oven has temperature set to 400–450 °F (200–230 °C). A fast oven has a range of 450–500 °F (230–260 °C) for the typical temperature.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "SI Units: Temperature", U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Commerce Department, February 11, 2011, web: NIST-Temp: accessed 2011-03-26.

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