Aga sausage rolls recipes

Five-A-Day Family Supper Recipe: “Sunday Lunch” Chicken, Sausage and Vegetable Hotpot

Five-A-Day Family Supper Recipe: “Sunday Lunch” Chicken, Sausage and Vegetable Hotpot

I have a beautiful and very prolific sage bush in my back garden and it occurred to me that I could cook a “Sunday Lunch” style casserole hotpot with all the elements of a roast chicken dinner – chicken of course, sausages (as in sausage stuffing or those little chipolatas you sometimes get around a roast chicken), sage (as in stuffing again) and all of the seasonal veg that would be served with a Sunday roast, but, without the extra calories
Onion Tart

Onion Tart

My mother made a cracking quiche which was transported from the Aga into the back of the car so as to be still warm for lunch

What Makes A Good Bed & Breakfast?

The wardrobe was large and spacious, with drawers underneath, and there was also a writing bureaux with some magazines on top to flick through, and a television
Stretching roast pork across multiple meals

Stretching roast pork across multiple meals

I would have liked to do roast potatoes, but figured the Aga would keel over and die if asked to remain hot enough to roast potatoes on top of roast pork, broccoli & cauliflower cheese and roasted plums for pudding
chestnut and mushroom Wellington

chestnut and mushroom Wellington

 Add the cream and bubble again for a minute or two. Pile the filling in the middle of the pastry to form a sausage shape
January Tea Time Treats Round Up

January Tea Time Treats Round Up

 You know, ten+ years ago my favourite treat involved hiding in a corner with a good magazine, but nowadays I get the exact same kick hopping from one blog to another

Announcing our Louise Walker Christmas cookbook winners

This is because I am officially announcing the winners of the Louise Walker Traditional AGA Christmas book competition, in which we asked for your most useful Christmas cooking tips or advice

DIY children's parties: birthday cake

Faced with our elderly Aga, I put my cakes on a grid shelf on the bottom of the roasting oven, with the cold shelf on the lowest set of runners above it, then pray the cakes don't rise so much they hit the cold shelf

Friday is market day

The fish van is one of the regulars, and I have vivid memories of a bargain side of salmon that was one of the first things I attempted cooking in the elderly Aga when we invited people round for a celebration meal