Best Batch Cooking Recipes


Try Penny Zako’s recipe for the most perfect turkey gravy. A delicious and healthy side, ideal for serving as part of an Easter feast. Spring lamb is in season at Easter and two racks of best end interlaced together make a splendid centre piece for Easter lunch. Ask your butcher to French trim the racks of lamb (the fat and meat trimmed away from the tops of the bones.) Recipe from AGA Specialist Dawn Roads. Homemade chicken noodle soup is deliciously comforting and easier to make than you might imagine. This is a super cake for making use of the ends of packets of dried fruits and nuts.

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.

This recipe is one of the few in the book that gives quantities, which has led some to believe that this might in fact be an old ancient Greek recipe. If you are grinding by hand, start with the garlic and salt; break it down to a pulp, then add the cheese and herbs. When you have a smooth mixture add the liquids and mix well.

  • For over a century, AGA has been bringing life to the kitchen.
  • It is substantial enough for lunch or supper and it’s super healthy too!
  • Ideal as a side dish or as an accompaniment to a roast dinner.
  • Cinnamon rolls are perfect for an afternoon treat or even for breakfast.
  • Try this Butterfly Leg of Lamb for a classic spring lunch.
  • Ask your butcher to French trim the racks of lamb (the fat and meat trimmed away from the tops of the bones.) Recipe from AGA Specialist Dawn Roads.

Once cooked, the eggs are dramatic and visually very beautiful next to the green filling. If you don’t want to make the pastry, store-bought filo would work well, as would shortcrust. Find your next signature dish with one of our Cookbooks.


Dumplings are super simple to make and taste amazing in a stew – especially when they’re super stodgy and soggy. If you’re hoping to impress someone special, Phil Vickery’s in the kitchen with a truly show-stopping dish – his roast turbot with homemade hollandaise sauce. Gok is in the kitchen to bring us one of his favourite dishes – Nasi Goreng. Michela Chiappa is back in the kitchen with the perfect dish for these warm summer evenings. Phil Vickery’s making the best of tomato season with three tasty dishes. Meliz Berg is back with another dish guaranteed to bring sunshine to your kitchen, her one-pot lamb pasta.

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.

Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Penny Zako for this fabulous recipe. Collection 19 Afternoon Tea Everywhere you look restaurants and cafes are offering afternoon tea. Why not try something a little more nutritious and even save some money too by making your very own afternoon tea at home with some of our recipes.

Gok’s Healthy Chinese Takeaway

The trick is to cook those leeks and potatoes properly! Cut them small, and allow them to sweat in all that butter for about 20 mins altogether. Cottage pie is essentially a shepherd’s pie but with beef. It’s a meat pie, filled with beef and topped with cheesy mashed potatoes.


You can catch up on Naomi’s Facebook Live on cooking vegetables in the AGA here. Perfect all year round, French Onion Soup offers rich flavour. You can catch up on Naomi’s Facebook live on cooking vegetables in the AGA here. These toasted pumpkin-shaped tortilla sandwiches make a fun and tasty Halloween snack. They are super quick to make using the AGA simmering plate. Fill with this cheesy roasted squash mixture or your own choice of fillings.

From first homes to forever homes, there’s an AGA for every cook and every kitchen. Here’s some great pub food without having to walk to the pub. If this is a favourite dish in your family, it might be worth investing in some individual sized dishes, which give the meal a fun sense of occasion. Do feel free to substitute the puff with short-crust pastry and we recommend serving with a nice heap of veg from the garden. Having piles of people around the table, fighting terribly politely over the last Yorkshire pudding, is one of the things that makes weekends worthwhile. Don’t forget to cook more beef than you need for some scrumptious sandwiches later.