Why not cook your Christmas pudding in the microwave?
When cooking space is at a premium, a microwave could save the day.
Combining the convenience of both a microwave and an oven, the Samsung MC28H5125AK gives you an extra 28L capacity.
A smart sensor monitors the interior humidity, making automatic adjustments to ensure food is perfectly cooked.
What do I need to make Christmas pudding?
1. OXO Good Grips Box Grater
Neatly catches and stores your ingredients ready for use
2. John Lewis ‘The Pan’ Saucepan and Lid
Made from durable aluminium, this pan offers superb heat conduction
3. John Lewis Chamonix Plastic Measuring Spoons
This set of 4 makes it easy to measure precise quantities for baking
4. House by John Lewis Prep Bowl
Large enough to prepare batter, whisk eggs and whip up icing
5. John Lewis Chamonix Pudding Basin
Why not make a homemade pudding in this basin as a lovely gift?
6. John Lewis Puritan Side Plate Grey
Serve pudding on this elegant, minimalist satin-grey stoneware
Christmas pudding tips
French chef and baker, Richard Bertinet offers us his advice
Using a microwave is a quick and easy way of making a last-minute Christmas pudding
Refrigerate before cooking overnight to let the falvours develop
Add an extra kick by replacing some of the fruit with homemade mincemeat
Swap some of the fruit for prunes and experiment with different spirits. Calvados works well!
Pour 100ml of warm brandy or rum over the pudding at the last minute
Break up leftovers and mix into soft vanilla ice cream on Boxing Day