Put a delicious twist on your Christmas vegetable sides with these wonderful AGA Festive vegetable recipes by AGA Demonstrator Penny Zako
SNACKS & SIDES
These '21st century sausage rolls' are suitable for vegetarians and can be gluten free if you use a gluten free pastry. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for this lovely recipe.
Pastry tarts and quiches are so simple to cook in an AGA as the pastry and filling can be cooked together. Use a dry non-stick frying pan to cook the mushrooms for maximum flavour.
AGA cookers make brilliant bread thanks to the piping-hot roasting oven which gives a really good ‘oven spring’ and the lovely AGA ‘warmth’ that helps the yeast to start working and the dough to rise nice and quickly.
Easy tear ‘n’ share bread baked with melting camembert cheese in the centre for dipping.
With thanks to Naomi Hansell for sharing this recipe with us.
A simple and fun treat to make with children. Chocolate bark is delicious enjoyed on its own, used to decorate a dessert, or bagged and given as a gift. Personalise with your favourite toppings such as sweets, popcorn or pretzels.
Whether you’re preparing for a traditional Sunday roast or Christmas dinner, these AGA homemade Yorkshire puddings are a must.
Freshly baked bread makes the kitchen smell delicious and is so easy to bake in the Rayburn Ranger®
Simple to toast on the AGA simmering plate lined with a piece of Bake-O-Glide®.
Many thanks to Naomi Hansell for this recipe.
White miso paste gives these parsnips a delicious savoury flavour.