Aga Kitchen Timer

Aga Kitchen Timer

Aga Kitchen Timer

The new AGA 60 means that everyone – wherever they live and whatever kitchen space they have available – will be able to find an AGA that fits perfectly. The AGA 60 is everything you would expect from an AGA, but wrapped up in a smaller, more city-friendly package. At just 60cm wide, the same size as any smaller slot in cooker, it’s perfect for small spaces. And, just like other iconic AGA cookers, it’s made from cast iron and employs radiant heat cooking technology, meaning food taste so much better as all the goodness and moisture is locked in.  With ovens offering roasting, baking and simmering functions, the electric AGA 60 also features a hotplate which enables you to boil, whilst the Gas Hob AGA 60 has four ring burners for every type of hob cooking. Both cookers have an optional timer which allows programmability on the roasting/baking ovens. In the winter you can enjoy the indefinable AGA warmth in the kitchen and in the summer your AGA 60 can be on when you need it and off when you don’t. The AGA 60 offers cast-iron proof that you don’t need to live in the country, have a Labrador or be a farmer to enjoy the AGA life.   View the AGA 60 online brochure The AGA cooker is the master of all cooking methods. Find out the 10 AGA cooking methods here. Learn how AGA heat-storage cookers work. Find your local AGA shop to learn more       Save Save
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Aga Kitchen Timer

Preparation Cooking – Turkey or Crown Cooking – Breast Roast PREPARATION Turkey or Turkey Crown Remove our traceability wing label (if present) & place your turkey, breast side down in a roasting tin. (Cooking breast side down until the last half hour keeps the breast meat succulent while the brown meat cooks evenly). There is no need to use butter or bacon on a Copas Turkey. Quarter a peeled onion & a cored Cox’s apple. Place both in the body cavity of the turkey. If stuffing your turkey, fill the neck cavity only & recalculate your total cooking time to include the extra weight of the stuffing. Stuffing can also be cooked separately, but we do not recommend stuffing the body cavity. Insert your pop-up cooking timer at a point approx 3cm to the right or left of the front tip of the breastbone. The timer should not touch any bone. Sprinkle salt & pepper over the turkey & cover with foil. Breast Roast Remove plastic packaging (but not the netting) & place right side up in the roasting tray provided. Insert the Pop-up cooking timer in the centre at the top. Sprinkle with salt & pepper, cover with foil & place foil tray on a sturdy baking tray, for ease when taking in & out of the oven. Cooking – Turkey or Crown Conventional or Fan Oven Follow our PREPARATION tips & pre-heat the oven to 230°C/450°F/Gas 8 (or 210°C for fan ovens). Cook your turkey at this temperature for the first 30 mins & then lower the oven temperature to 190°C/375°F/Gas 5 (or 170°C for fan ovens). Total cooking time will be approximately 30-35 mins per kg. Approximately 30mins before the full cooking time, remove foil & turn the bird over carefully, using poultry forks, so the breast bronzes. Weight Full Cooking Time Weight Full Cooking Time 2kg 1hr 15mins 7kg 3hr 40mins 3kg 1hr 45mins 8kg 4hrs 4kg 2hr 35mins 9kg 4hr 25mins 5kg 2hr 55mins 10kg 4hr 45mins 6kg 3hr 15mins 11kg 5hrs Do not overcook your turkey – it should be moist & succulent. It will be ready when the juices run clear when tested with a fork (plunge into the deepest part of the thigh or breast), or when your pop-up cooking timer has popped! If using a thermometer, the internal cooked temperature will be 165°F/74°C. Aga Oven For a 2-door Aga, follow the cooking times above using the top roasting oven only. For a 4-door Aga, follow the cooking times using the top roasting oven for the first 30 mins & then move to the baking oven for the remainder of the cooking. These instructions should be used as a guideline only. Cooking times will vary according to the weight of turkey, methods used (e.g. not using foil will reduce cooking times) & your oven type. Cooking – Breast Roast Conventional or Fan Oven Follow our PREPARATION tips & pre-heat the oven to 230°C/450°F/Gas 8. Cook your breast roast at this temperature for the first 20 mins & then lower the oven temperature to 190°C/375°F/Gas 5 or 170°C for fan ovens. Total cooking time will be approximately 50 mins per kg as follows. Approximately half an hour before the full cooking time, remove foil so that the breast bronzes. Please note that whilst every care is taken to remove bones from Copas Turkey Breast Roasts, some may remain. Weight Full Cooking Time 1kg 50mins 2kg 1hr 40mins 3kg 2hr 30mins 4kg+ 3hr 20mins+ Do not overcook your turkey roast – it should be moist & succulent. Your turkey will be ready when the juices run clear when tested with a fork, or when your Copas Turkey pop-up cooking timer has popped! Aga Oven For a 2-door Aga, follow the cooking times above using the top roasting oven only. For a 4-door Aga, follow the cooking times using the top roasting oven for the first 30 mins & then move to the baking oven for the remainder of the cooking. These instructions should be used as a guideline only. Cooking times will vary according to the weight of turkey, methods used (e.g. not using foil will reduce cooking times) & your oven type.
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Aga Kitchen Timer

PREPARATION Turkey or Turkey Crown Remove our traceability wing label (if present) & place your turkey, breast side down in a roasting tin. (Cooking breast side down until the last half hour keeps the breast meat succulent while the brown meat cooks evenly). There is no need to use butter or bacon on a Copas Turkey. Quarter a peeled onion & a cored Cox’s apple. Place both in the body cavity of the turkey. If stuffing your turkey, fill the neck cavity only & recalculate your total cooking time to include the extra weight of the stuffing. Stuffing can also be cooked separately, but we do not recommend stuffing the body cavity. Insert your pop-up cooking timer at a point approx 3cm to the right or left of the front tip of the breastbone. The timer should not touch any bone. Sprinkle salt & pepper over the turkey & cover with foil. Breast Roast Remove plastic packaging (but not the netting) & place right side up in the roasting tray provided. Insert the Pop-up cooking timer in the centre at the top. Sprinkle with salt & pepper, cover with foil & place foil tray on a sturdy baking tray, for ease when taking in & out of the oven. Cooking – Turkey or Crown Conventional or Fan Oven Follow our PREPARATION tips & pre-heat the oven to 230°C/450°F/Gas 8 (or 210°C for fan ovens). Cook your turkey at this temperature for the first 30 mins & then lower the oven temperature to 190°C/375°F/Gas 5 (or 170°C for fan ovens). Total cooking time will be approximately 30-35 mins per kg. Approximately 30mins before the full cooking time, remove foil & turn the bird over carefully, using poultry forks, so the breast bronzes. Weight Full Cooking Time Weight Full Cooking Time 2kg 1hr 15mins 7kg 3hr 40mins 3kg 1hr 45mins 8kg 4hrs 4kg 2hr 35mins 9kg 4hr 25mins 5kg 2hr 55mins 10kg 4hr 45mins 6kg 3hr 15mins 11kg 5hrs Do not overcook your turkey – it should be moist & succulent. It will be ready when the juices run clear when tested with a fork (plunge into the deepest part of the thigh or breast), or when your pop-up cooking timer has popped! If using a thermometer, the internal cooked temperature will be 165°F/74°C. Aga Oven For a 2-door Aga, follow the cooking times above using the top roasting oven only. For a 4-door Aga, follow the cooking times using the top roasting oven for the first 30 mins & then move to the baking oven for the remainder of the cooking. These instructions should be used as a guideline only. Cooking times will vary according to the weight of turkey, methods used (e.g. not using foil will reduce cooking times) & your oven type. Cooking – Breast Roast Conventional or Fan Oven Follow our PREPARATION tips & pre-heat the oven to 230°C/450°F/Gas 8. Cook your breast roast at this temperature for the first 20 mins & then lower the oven temperature to 190°C/375°F/Gas 5 or 170°C for fan ovens. Total cooking time will be approximately 50 mins per kg as follows. Approximately half an hour before the full cooking time, remove foil so that the breast bronzes. Please note that whilst every care is taken to remove bones from Copas Turkey Breast Roasts, some may remain. Weight Full Cooking Time 1kg 50mins 2kg 1hr 40mins 3kg 2hr 30mins 4kg+ 3hr 20mins+ Do not overcook your turkey roast – it should be moist & succulent. Your turkey will be ready when the juices run clear when tested with a fork, or when your Copas Turkey pop-up cooking timer has popped! Aga Oven For a 2-door Aga, follow the cooking times above using the top roasting oven only. For a 4-door Aga, follow the cooking times using the top roasting oven for the first 30 mins & then move to the baking oven for the remainder of the cooking. These instructions should be used as a guideline only. Cooking times will vary according to the weight of turkey, methods used (e.g. not using foil will reduce cooking times) & your oven type.

Aga Kitchen Timer

Aga Kitchen Timer
Aga Kitchen Timer
Aga Kitchen Timer
Aga Kitchen Timer

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