LEGUMES & GRAINS
LEGUMES & GRAINS
  • Adzuki Beans are small, round beans that are dark red in colour. They have a light nutty flavour that is slightly sweet. More Info

  • Blackeye Beans (or blackeyed peas) are a small, white, kidney-shaped bean with a single black spot giving it its characteristic name. More Info

  • Ayayay frijoles! Black Turtle Beans are a classic Latin super bean. More Info

  • Pretty in Pink! One of the prettiest beans out there, Borlotti Beans provide more protein than any other plant-derived food! More Info

  • Cannellini are delicious and nutritious! Cannellini beans are a traditional Southern Italian bean, often named White Kidney Bean. More Info

  • Great northern beans are a white bean, very similar to Cannellini Beans, though slightly smaller in size. More Info

  • Mung Beans are tiny, tender beans that taste slightly sweet and are fantastically simple to use More Info

  • Originally domesticated in South America, Lima beans, are also known as butter beans. More Info

  • Haricot beans, also known as navy beans, form the base of the infamously popular and tasty baked beans. More Info

  • Pinto beans have a speckled pink and beige appearance, earthy flavour, and are very similar to borlotti beans. More Info

  • Red kidney beans appear exactly as their name suggests: kidney-shaped, with a dark red colour. More Info

  • 98% Fat Free, No Added Nasties More Info

  • 98% Fat Free and No Added Nasties More Info

  • Chickpeas, also known as garbanzos, are widely used for their nutty taste and texture More Info

  • An Aussie favourite! Chickpeas, also known as garbanzos, are widely used for their nutty taste and texture. NEW 5KG BULK PRICE AVAILABLE! More Info

  • Dupuy Lentils, with its many different names and pronunciations (Le Puy, Doupoui, Puy) are equivalent to the popular French lentils.NEW 5KG BULK PRICE AVAILABLE! More Info

  • Australian Green lentils are a traditional staple ingredient. More Info

  • Since Biblical times, Green lentils have been a staple food. More Info

  • Cook faster than the whole variety, and when cooked, form a lovely puree. More Info

  • These are a year-round pantry staple, essential for rounding out salads during hot weather and hearty soups in the winter months. More Info

  • Our delicious Soup Mix is the perfect winter blend!!! At Royal Nut we choose the finest selection of creamy lentils and hearty beans for you More Info

  • Soybeans are small, oval shaped, light tan in colour More Info

  • Green split peas are stunning bright green addition into your pantry! More Info

  • Like green split peas, yellow split peas cook swiftly (in around 45 minutes) and form a puree when ready. More Info

  • Toor dhal is made from yellow pigeon peas and has a distinctive nutty flavour. Popular in Indian cuisine, it is often served as a side dish, or tossed into soups. More Info

  • Mung dhal is made from a specific variety of green mung beans that have been blanched, de-skinned and split. More Info

  • Chana dal is a split Bengal gram with a sweet and nutty flavour - the most popular legume in India. More Info

  • Arborio rice was first grown in the town of Arborio, Northwest of Italy. More Info

  • Basmati rice is known as the “Queen of Fragrance” and just one whiff will prove it! More Info

  • Basmati rice is known as the “Queen of Fragrance.” And just one whiff will prove it! More Info

  • Enriched with carbohydrates, proteins, calcium, iron and high fiber content More Info

  • Preserving goodness in the grain More Info

  • A super healthy choice! Wild brown rice has an attractive tan colour when cooked, and is more filling than white rice More Info

  • Brighten up your plate ! More Info

  • Brighten up your plate ! More Info

  • Forbidden Black Rice has a delicious nutty taste, magical aromas and superior health benefits make it a new alternative to white and brown rice.  More Info

  • This rice consists of dark and glossy appearances varying in length that turn deep black when cooked. More Info

  • Couscous, an increasingly popular dish that comes from Morocco and North Africa, can be traced back to the 9th Century. More Info

  • A pearly round beauty! Also known as Israeli couscous, Pearl Couscous is an Israeli toasted pasta made from semolina and wheat flour. More Info

  • Couscous Lovers….why don't you try our MOGHRABIEH? More Info

  • Semolina is made from the middle of the durum wheat grain, and was one of the very first types of flour developed. More Info

  • Semolina is made from the middle of the durum wheat grain, and was one of the very first types of flour developed. More Info

  • Making wheat into Bulgur is an ancient culinary technique that originated in the Mediterranean region More Info

  • Making wheat into Bulgur is an ancient culinary technique that originated in the Mediterranean region More Info

  • Making wheat into Bulgur is an ancient culinary technique that originated in the Mediterranean region More Info

  • Polenta was a staple of the mighty Roman army, who ate it as a porridge or in hard cakes for quick yet sustaining energy. More Info

  • Polenta was a staple of the mighty Roman army, who ate it as a porridge or in hard cakes for quick yet sustaining energy. More Info

  • Black is beautiful!  More Info

  • Food of the gladiators! Barley was one of the very first domesticated grains, first documented on ancient cuneiform More Info

  • Chickpeas are ground to make chickpea flour, also known as Besan Flour or gram flour, which is a great gluten-free flour More Info

  • Buckwheat Flour is milled from the hulled seeds, producing a fine white flour perfect for making ever-popular buckwheat pancakes! More Info

  • This powdery flour is made from 100% pure finely ground corn.  Used to add texture, body and to thicken sauces, pastry and soups. More Info

  • Iconic street food of the Middle East, Falafel recipes are a closely guarded secret, handed down from generation to generation. More Info

  • Savor the whole grain goodness of spelt! More Info

  • Rice flour is a fine, naturally gluten-free and low fat flour made from ground white rice. It is lighter, milder and easier to digest More Info

  • Potato starch flour is gluten-free and has a neutral taste. More Info

  • This fine and golden flour is popularly used in tacos, tortillas and other Mexican food preparations. More Info

  • Also known as tapioca starch, this flour is a great wheat base flour alternative.  More Info

  • Try this delicious pearls! More Info

  • Hot poppin’ popcorn! A favourite of movie audiences and sports fans the world over, popcorn has been around for thousands of years. More Info

  • Wheat free! Buckwheat is proof that names can be misleading. A white triangular seed with a green or tan coloured skin More Info

  • Buckinis are made with the seeds of the buckwheat plant, which despite its name, is not related to wheat. More Info

  • Toasted greatness.  More Info

  • An ancient strain of cultivated wheat, best described as the heirloom version of spelt.  More Info

  • Popular with ancient Egyptians, Greenwheat Freekeh has been rediscovered as one of the newest superfoods More Info

  • Popular with ancient Egyptians, Whole Grain Freekah has been rediscovered as one of the newest superfoods  More Info

  • The ancient seed returns! More Info

  • Amazing Amaranth is the baby cousin of quinoa. More Info

  • The most common variety of Quinoa is our white type, made up of only the white seeds. NEW 5KG BULK PRICE AVAILABLE! More Info

  • High and mighty! Red Quinoa is grown on the edge of the Bolivian Salt Flats, at an altitude of about 12,000 feet. More Info

  • Our Organic Black Quinoa has an earthier and sweeter profile than the red or white quinoa seeds. More Info

  • Food of the Gods! Andean grain mix is a unique, warm and natural ancient grain mix of White, Red and Black Quinoa. More Info

  • A golden oldie full of golden goodness! Wheat is thought to have originated in southwest Asia over 12,000 years ago. More Info