Amy Willcock, 'hand-holder to Aga owners' shows that it doesn't matter what kind of Aga you have, baking doesn't have to be a nerve-wracking experience. Never having to preheat an oven means that whipping up a little chocolate cake is as easy as pie and don't even contemplate buying a breadmaking machine, as the Aga is the domestic oven that truly can compare with a commercial Baking Oven. Drawing on her experience teaching cookery classes, Amy Willcock shares with you all the tips and hints to baking wondrous foods every time. The recipes range from old favourites including fruit cake and apple pie, to exciting newcomers such as olive and mozzarella calzone, roasted vegetable tarte tatin, golden croustades and chocolate brioche pudding. There are indulgent treats such as pecan shortbread squares and raspberry souffles, plus all the basic recipes you will ever need for successful baking.
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 755 g
Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 mm
'Amy Willcock has brought confident modern cooking to that warm and comforting icon of British rural life, the Aga', Rick Stein .'a cornucopia of calorific delights from old favourites, such as treacle tart, to more sophisticated mozarella calzone and vegetable tart tatin', The Field .'full of mouthwatering recipes', Ideal Home