Most likely, you have a bad thermostat. However, you may also have clogged ports on the gas burner, or an inadequate gas supply. First call the gas company to be certain you have adequate gas pressure to your stove. If it's good, have a repairperson check your stove's thermostat and burners.
It would have to rise 18 degrees Celsius.
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When baking cupcakes an average preheating temperature would be around 325 degrees Fahrenheit for non-stick pans, or 350 degrees for shiny metal or glass. Have fun baking!
You will have traveled 20 degrees to reach +70 degrees latitude, and so you would have to travel another 160 degrees to reach the south pole.
I use 350 F, that would be about 175 degrees Celsius.
That would depend on the kind of stove that you have.
You don't have to turn off the central heating when you use the wood stove; however, it would be prudent to turn the thermostat down to about 60 degrees f but not under 50f, to back up your wood stove when the stove runs out of wood at 4 in the morning.
Food would be prepared by hand as it was done in the days before electricity was a common commodity. The cooking stove would have been fired by wood or coal to produce heat for cooking and baking.
The answer is # 6 on a stove top range or roughly 35 degrees per number...The stove top heats in the temperatures between 200°F - 500°F. That would equal 300 degrees between 200°F and 500°F. Dividing that into 10 equal partitions.On my stove top it starts at LOW so that would be 200°F. It goes all the way up to HIGH, which would equal 500°F. Divided out that would be about 33.3 degrees per number. Round up to 35 degrees.Basically:Low = 200°F2 = 235°F3 = 270°F4 = 305°F5 = 340°F6 = 375°F8 = 445°F9 = 480°FHigh = 500°FAchieving 375°F will be a little less than 6, but more than 5... Round up... 6.This is worked to the numbers on my stove top. You will have to work it out to fit the numbers on your stove top. Just change my Conversion Chart above to fit your dial. Low to whatever number is the lowest on your dial.
It is possible to convert a gas stove to an electrical stove. Not only would you need to wire the stove for electricity but you would need to have a metal worker create metal bases for the electrical elements and also arrange for some insulation. It would be more expensive than simply purchasing an electric stove. Unless the gas stove has some special design that fits in with the decor, the project would not be worthwhile.
it would be impossible because the moisture in the kernel has to reach 400 degrees F.
If you used a glass baking dish of the same size and shape as a jelly roll pan, you would still need to reduce baking temperature by about 25 degrees. However, most glass baking dishes are significantly smaller than jelly roll pans, which would also affect the time needed to bake the product.
That would depend on how many you were baking (it is the total weight of the chicken in the oven that matters).
If you are baking stuffing from scratch, you would bake it at 350 degrees, for about 45 minutes or until golden.
A heating stove installation cost can vary, depending on the type of heating stove getting installed. It would cost approximately 100 dollars to have a heating stove installed.
You would get a very different result from such a drastic change in baking temperature. It's probably not a good idea.
i think they would taste good without baking powder ans baking soda
The answer would depend upon how many watts the stove is rated for.For example, a 10 kW stove at 220 would be 45 amps. (I = P / E)
If u reduce the degree by 10degres u may also reduce the time by 10.so u have 10minutes for 350degrees
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They would not raise as much.
You may be able to get away with powering a natural gas stove or LPG stove on this wattage because it doesn't use heavy amperage to pull the surface ignitor to 1200 degrees or to run the sparkers which are only lit momentarily, however on an electric stove you would need 1000 watts or 3000 watts if you're trying to use a power converter off a 12v battery or something of that nature. It's probably not a good idea. You need a good 220 outlet for an electric stove.
it is a phosphoric toxic atmosphere over a million degrees you would be incinerated before you reach the atmosphere