Mary Berry Cooks: Slow-roast shoulder of lamb
Shoulder of lamb is quite fatty, but that’s what makes the meat sweet and succulent, and when cooked for a long time at a low temperature, it becomes so tender it just falls off the bone.
What could be better for breakfast on a cold day than a bowl of warming and sustaining porridge, it is wheat free and when made with water will be dairy-free too – this slow method of cooking in the aga will ensure that the porridge has the most wonderful creamy consistency.
Buy Perfect AGA Porridge
From having answered many AGA porridge enquiries over the year, here is the simple method to enjoy the legendary ambrosia. For authentic overnight AGA porridge you need to use oatmeal, not rolled oats, as in the type you wo
AGA Turkey Roasting - Slow Method
Whole Turkey and Turkey Crown (whole bird with legs removed): this method is suitable for 2, 3, and 4 oven AGAs. Once you have defrosted your turkey, follow the below instructions to roast your...
Rhubarb Apple Chutney preserves made on the AGA cast iron range. Recipe inspired by Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva. Preserve more at canningdiva.com and learn more AGA recipes at aga-ranges.com