Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this fabulous recipe. There are no recipes for joints or larger cuts; only the small cuts which we are given tables for with the machine anyway. No reheat times either and references to American cuts of meat which I then have to google to translate. Its a nice overall book but not enough emphasis on the sous vide cooking which is what I purchased it for.
This chicken tagine recipe is super tasty and is perfect for a midweek meal, OR your next dinner party. Having bought a sous vide cooker this was my first cookbook that covered the method. It is a really well written guide to getting started that encourages you to learn by doing. Each type of food has a starter recipe that will ensure instant success. When you have got the hang of sous vide the rest of the book develops your skills and provides great recipes.
- Phil Vickerys at a strawberry farm in Surrey to whip up his deliciously strawberry cheesecake.
- You could also use a different cheese such as cheddar on the toasts, if you prefer.
- A delicious and quick omelette, ideal for breakfast, lunch or a light supper and packed with flavour.
- Try this version from AGA Demonstrator Penny Zako.
- Gives appraisals of of different equipment and deals with all aspects of sous vide cooking to get you started.
These fruity biscuits were traditionally baked and eaten around Easter. The citrus of the mixed peel is said to represent the suffering of Christ on the cross. The addition of mixed spice is favoured in the West Country. A light, shallow tart which veritecatering.com is perfect for a summer supper alongside a salad. Utilise your simmering and boiling plates alongside the induction hob to create this hearty dish. Many thanks to AGA Rangemaster Group Home Economist Alexandra Dibble for this delicious recipe.
The duck eggs look simply beautiful peeping through the rich and glossy tomato sauce. Many thanks to our friends at Clarence Court Eggs for this lovely recipe. These cupcake centres are filled with marmalade and topped with a delightful orange buttercream. Tender, slow cooked pork makes a delicious – and very patient – dish.
Fried Spicy OMNIPORK Patty With Rice
This traditional side dish is a perfect accompaniment to Christmas dinner. Serve with John Ross smoked salmon for a fabulous morning treat. Delicately flavoured and deliciously fluffy, this Classic Rosewater Victoria Sponge is a real showstopper. Recipe courtesy of our friends at Clarence Court Eggs.
This show stopping vanilla baked cheesecake with crystallised orange adds a burst of zesty flavour for a refreshing dessert. Perfect for a Christmas dessert the whole family will enjoy. A tasty and warming slow cooked dish, perfect to leave cooking while you enjoy a bonfire or fireworks and come back home to afterwards. Celebrate Burns Night with this delicious side dish.
This slow cooked casserole certainly falls in to the comfort food category. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this lovely recipe. Perfect for a meat free menu, this filling dish is a delicious main meal or part of a selection of dishes. Mostly made from storecupbaord ingredients, this dish freezes well and easily made in advance to reheat. Recipe courtesy of AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell.
This is a recipe from Louise Walker’s Four Seasons cookbook. A delicious Moroccan inspired dish cooked to perfection in the AGA. Master the art of cooking with wine with this AGA Pan Fried Duck Breast recipe. Treat your family and friends to an unforgettable meal. This is a big old treat, a real fairy tale concoction from the part of my kiwi past and present that provokes the argument about where Pavlova actually originates .