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Our AGA ovens are encased in a heart of molten iron. Ok, maybe not molten. But definitely iron--cast iron to be exact. Also, don't worry about your energy bill as AGA ovens are known for their exceptional efficiency--taking core heat and placing it into the ovens and hotplates.
Your fingers can also rest easy since the AGA oven is a mature and sophisticated appliance of the highest order. Thermostatic controls help maintain temperature. A highly insulated outer casing and hotplate covers guarantees that this AGA oven gets the fueling job done--without being wasteful.
This appliance is also incredibly gentle with your food thanks to simultaneously heated surfaces. No direct heat means your food's moisture, flavor, and all-around deliciousness stays locked in. So don't settle for mediocre culinary quality, and check out our AGA ovens.
Here's the 411 on our AGA ovens. In a nutshell:
- Insulated Covers
This is what it's all about when it comes to AGA ovens--their glossy, shimmering twin insulated covers! don't let the non-threatening warmth fool you. Sure, the covers might feel relatively cool...but once you pop those open, they're hot inside and instantly ready to cook.
- Boiling Plate
it's a pretty big plate. How big? Big enough to hold three average sized saucepans at once without breaking a sweat. That's pretty big. And if size isn't impressive enough, this boiling plate is also capable of boiling water faster than most electric kettles. it's like the Flash of water boiling.
- Heat Source
Doesn't take much to jump-start an AGA oven once operating temperature is reached. Just a little bit of energy from your heat source of choice (natural gas, propane gas, oil, and electricity) should do the trick to keep it functional.
- Simmering Plate
don't burn your eggs with the boiling plate. Instead, use the much gentler simmering plate. Like the boiling plate, it too possesses the herculean capacity of holding three average sized saucepans at once. And it can also be used as a griddle.
- Roasting Oven
Like mostly every other feature of AGA ovens, it's all about capacity, size, and efficiency. The roasting oven (also capable of grilling and baking) is no exception to the trend. Boasting a spacious interior, large enough to fit a 28lb bird to feet your entire household with.
- Baking Oven
you'll find these in most 3 to 4 oven AGAs. If you love to bake (anything from biscuits, breads, and cakes) then this appliance's moderate temperature is a perfect match for your culinary pursuits.
- Simmering Oven
You cook meat, right? Of course you do. And you like succulent, tender, juicy, meat falling-off-the-bone, right? That's a no brainer.
Know what's also a no brainer? Getting an AGA oven that you can slide your dish into early in the morning, and have all of that previously described deliciousness ready for you by teatime.
- Warming Oven
Keep your food scrumptious and warm--and don't lose the moisture. You can get these warming ovens with every 4-oven AGA cooker.
Sounds fantastic, eh? That's because they are!
So don't wait any longer. Check out our AGA ovens collection.
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