Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Autumn Aga with Sarah

Sarah was here yesterday taking us through some great new Autumnal recipes

Great tips on using the Aga, interesting ingredients and freezing ideas.

The pudding was a huge hit, Sarah made some pastry with cocoa powder in it and turned it into a gorgeous raspberry and chocolate tart.

Below are some delicious cheese biscuits, ideal as a canape.

We had a variety of main dishes, but this was the most popular, a warming smoky fish pie.

After Sarah's demonstration, everyone enjoyed a tasting lunch of all the food cooked.

I love this photo of my Aga post Sarah's washing up!  All her useful pots drying out before taking them home! 

And finally, here is a roasted butternut squash!

They are lethal to peel and chop, so in Aga-Land, apparently we can just throw it into the roasting oven whole for 45 minutes, then afterwards blitz it, skin, seeds and all (think of all that fibre) and use it in making a delicious butternut squash soup. 

Sarah will be back on Thursday 30 November for our Christmas class, this will be about entertaining and preparing for Christmas parties and get-togethers.  Delicious ideas that can be prepared ahead, or frozen.  With plenty of help and support on using your Aga over the Christmas season.

9:45am - 1:30pm

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