Chickpeas are also known as the "garbanzo bean" and have a distinctive nutty flavour and are creamy in texture. Perfect for making a healthy homemade hummus, adding to salads or whipping up a curry.
Black Eye Beans
Black eye beans have an earthy nutty flavour very ideal for stews, casseroles, salads and taste excellent when added to rice.
Butter beans are legumes also known as the lima bean. These large white beans are rich in flavour and creamy in texture. Great to use in casseroles, soups and salads.
Green lentils are finer than other lentils and remain firm after being cooked. Add some onions and lemon dressing with olive oil to make quick and light lentil salad.
Pinto beans contain cholesterol-lowering fibre which help regulate blood sugar levels. Add pinto beans to chilli's, vegetable soups, or salads.
Red Kidney Beans
Also known as the red bean; red kidney beans are an excellent source of protein and dietary fibber. They are used in many dishes such as chilli con carne as well as in salads.
Red Split Lentils
Red split lentils are the perfect pulse for making the popular Indian dish "dhal". There consistency is ideal for pureeing or as a thickener in soups and stews.
White Kidney Beans
White kidney beans have a very mild flavour. And have a firmer texture compared to red kidney beans. They are a perfect way to add texture to salads and can be used for a variety of dishes.
Yellow Split Peas
Yellow split peas are related to the pea family; meaty and sweet in flavour. Superb to add in salads, soups and vegetarian dishes such as "Dahl" a classic delectable Indian dish.