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Black Badger Carlin Peas, Organic

Hodmedod's British Pulses & Grains

Our Organic "Black Badgers" are a classic dark brown Carlin Pea, also know as Black, Grey or Maple Peas.

With their firm texture and delicious nutty flavour, Carlin Peas make an excellent British substitute for chickpeas. Carlin Peas are popularly served as Parched Peas in Lancashire, simply boiled up and eaten with vinegar and salt.

Or try our canned Carlin Peas in Water, cooked and ready to use.



Complete Product Details

  • Carlin Peas have a superb nutty flavour and firm texture, making a great alternative to chickpeas or Puy lentils. They're great in soups, stews, curries and salad, pairing well with roast vegetables.

    Cooking instructions

    Soak overnight - or quick-soak by placing in boiling water, taking it off the heat and leaving for one hour.

    After soaking , rinse, place in a pan with plenty of water, bring to the boil, cover and simmer for 40 to 45 minutes until tender.

    Adding baking powder when soaking will result in softer cooked peas. Cooked peas can be used immediately or frozen.

    Notes on Cooking Dried Pulses

    Cooking times for dried pulses will be longer at higher altitudes and when cooking with hard water or older pulses.

    Adding bicarbonate of soda during soaking and/or cooking will soften the pulses and reduce the cooking time.

    Cooked pulses can be used immediately or frozen for later use.

  • Ingredients

    Carlin Peas

    Allergy information

    Our 500g cartons may contain traces of peanuts, nuts, sesame

  • Typical values Per 100g
    Energy 1208kJ (288kcal)
    Fat 2.1g
    of which saturates 0.4g
    Carbohydrate 32.2g
    of which sugars 3g
    Fibre 22.9g
    Protein 23.5g
    Salt 0g
  • Grown in the Britain for at least 500 years, Black Badgers are also know as Carlin or Maple Peas. In Lancashire they're traditionally served "parched" - boiled and roast or soaked in vinegar - on Bonfire Night. They're celebrated in parts of Yorkshire on Carlin Sunday, the fifth Sunday in Lent, and know as Grey Peas in the Black Country, where they're often served with bacon.

    Carlin Peas are also popular with pigeons (and carp!) and occasionally known as Pigeon Peas but they're not to be confused with the entirely different tropical species Cajanus cajan, also popularly known as the Pigeon Pea.

    Suitable for vegans and vegetarians


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