AGA Tips

Baking Bread In Your AGA

AGA baked bread

There’s nothing better than homemade bread fresh out of the oven and baking bread in the AGA is ideal for creating the perfect loaf using gentle radiant heat to lock in all the moisture, flavour and goodness.

Baking Bread in your AGA

Making bread from scratch is one of the most satisfying cooking at home projects and if you’re new to baking bread we have the perfect tips and easy-to-follow recipes that will allow you to create bakery quality bread in your AGA that is sure to impress your friends and family.

How to Cook a Turkey in your AGA

Raw turkey

Cooking turkey in an AGA is so easy but may seem daunting if this is your first Christmas with an AGA cooker or you are cooking for a crowd. AGA roast turkey is also delicious as the cast-iron ovens of an AGA cook using indirect radiant heat that seals meat, locking in the moisture and flavour. 

The large AGA cast-iron ovens can fit a turkey up to 13kg or 28lbs and we would recommend allowing for 450g (1lb) per serving or 225g (8oz) for boned and breast-only roasts. 
 

Before Cooking Your Turkey

Pancake Day Recipes

Pancakes and drop scones

Pancake day is one of our favourite days of the year and so to celebrate lovely AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell joined us live to talk about how to make the perfect pancake.

From flipping techniques to batter recipes and filling ideas, Naomi gave us so much inspiration for pancakes, crêpes and drop scones on the AGA. 

Find all of Naomi's fabulous recipes below and, if you missed our Facebook live, you can watch it here.

Pizza on the AGA

pizza cooking in the AGA roasting oven

Homemade pizza is a huge treat and super easy too. You can do as much or as little as you like – you can buy a pre-made base and just add toppings, use shop-bought dough, or you can make it all from scratch. 

Why Baking is Better in an AGA

Banana Bread

In times of trouble we often turn to pastimes that make us feel safe and secure and that offer a delightful sensory experience. 

It’s perhaps because of this that over the past couple of weeks the world has fallen in love with baking banana bread and sourdough. Of course, many of us are whipping up all sorts of other delights but it’s these two treats that are taking over Instagram right now.