1. 5 stars
    I just followed your recipe for the instant pot technique, because I’m still a bit wary of using my new appliance! I used my mum’s recipe which is like yours but no celery and includes a generous pinch of ground cloves. As a child, we would have this as a baked potato topping.
    Thanks for the recipe, it worked out great.

      1. I’ve just purchased an instant pot. We always do our pease pudding here in Nl Ca. in. a bag with either Ham shank or salt beef. I was wondering if you tried it in a bag.

  2. 4 stars
    I’ve never had Pease pudding since I was a child in North East England. (40 years ago) So I am delighted to find this recipe, which, by the way, is a lot different from the one my Mother used to make.
    She always made it with potatoes in with the peas, and in a cloth of course and boiled with a ham shank. No onions, carrots, or celery, so I am excited to try out your recipe and of course my mother’s original. All the very best from one Geordie to another.

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