Enjoy the perfect AGA steak, a choice of peppercorn or chimichurri sauce, baked flat mushrooms with puy lentils, spinach and cherry tomatoes and paprika roasted potatoes. Followed by a simple make-ahead dessert of panna cotta with raspberry coulis.
A burger bun filled with colourful vegetables and served with spiced sweet potato wedges cheers up a dull day. It is substantial enough for lunch or supper and it's super healthy too! Cook the vegetables on an AGA Griddle for extra flavour. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Filling, delicious and super-easy, as it can be cooked and served in one pan, this sausage cassoulet is one of our favourites for a comforting meal. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell 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 well spiced but not ‘hot’ spicy curry. Suitable for plant-based diets using the coconut milk and coconut cream alternatives, and replacing the chicken with extra chickpeas or spiced cauliflower. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for this lovely recipe.
This slow cooked casserole certainly falls in to the comfort food category. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this lovely recipe.
Juicy cod steaks covered with a crispy hazelnut, olive and sourdough topping roast on a bed of griddled vegetables from AGA Specialist Dawn Roads.
A wonderfully nourishing bowl of flavour. This recipe is suitable for vegans and is gluten-free and dairy-free.
Tender, slow cooked pork makes a delicious - and very patient - dish. 'Pulled' and tossed in its own sticky onions, serve simply with a green salad and new potatoes, or in some toasted brioche baps with crunchy coleslaw on the side.
A super vegetarian curry – rich, filling and wonderful to serve at a dinner party.