Lentils are a small, round, lens shaped legume that come in many colors and sizes. Colors range from yellow and red to green, brown, and even black. Lentils are inexpensive, highly nutritious, and can be stored for a long time without refrigeration. These features have made lentils a staple food in many cultures across the globe.
Black Eye Beans Pulses and beans are a natural source of protein
Chick Peas have an irregular shape and a nutty flavor. Chickpeas feel at home in the North African and Indian cuisine. Chickpeas can be eaten in salads, added to stews or ground into gram flour. It can be used in making hummus or falafel.
Chana Dal are split chickpeas and are consumed in the Sub-continent.
Green Lentils readily take on the flavour of foods they are cooked with, which makes them ideal as a food to puree them with other types of food. And of course with their high protein content they make an ideal meat
Moth beans. Moth bönor.
Nigerian Sweet Beans 1.5 KG Produce of Nigeria
PopCorn Maize, Popcorn or popping corn is a type of maize which puffs up when it is heated in oil or by dry heat. Add Butter or Black pepper and enjoy this anytime snack!
Mung dal yellow. Gula mung linser. Mung dal, also known as "Dhuli Moong" are yellow lentils that have been hulled and split. Mung dal take on seasonings and spices well, so are often made into spicy daals.
Product Description: TRS Red Peanuts are a natural source of protein and are high in fibre. Used extensively in Asian cookery, especially by vegetarians, peanuts are used as a base for a wide variety of tasty dishes.