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The world consumes a lot of pulses. The most asked question outside of the pulse consuming areas is "what do I do with them"? Well, the answer to that question would be just enjoy them! 

Pulses are high fibre, low glycemic index, high protein and very nutritious. They are excellent foods for those who are managing diabetes, heart disease or just watching their weight. In many places pulses are the main protein source in meals, especially in regions that are largely vegetarian. On their own, in soups, stews, main dishes or even desserts, pulses are good to eat and good for you. 

Below you will find resources to pulse recipes and a few of AGT's favorites.




Bean Recipes

Norma's Baked Beans Refried Beans White Bean Fiesta Salad
Bunny's Baked Beans Spinach and Pinto Beans Sweet Bean Tarts
Soybean Chili Macaroni and Kidney Bean Bake Hot Chicken Chili
Mexican Bean Beef Soup Navy Bean Soup Baked Beans
Baked Kidney Beans with Honey Quick Chili Con Carne Stuffed Green Peppers au Gratin
Macaroni and Kidney Bean Bake Bean Patties with Barbecue Sauce Wiener and Bean Buns
Cream of Bean Soup Maritime Baked Beans Quebec Baked Beans
Bean Loaf Soybean Macedoine Zesty Baked Beans
Sweet and Sour Bean Salad Three Bean Bake Baked Soybeans
Bean Soup Lima Bean Soup Bean Salad
Quick Baked Beans Vermont Bean Soup Black Bean Soup
White Bean Salad Bean and Tomato Chowder Black Bean Soup - Mexican Style
Buckaroo Beans Super Bean Dip Vegetarian Chowder
Cassoulet Refried Beans Mexican Salad
Sauerkraut Slaw Some Like it Hot Bean and Barley Salad


Other Recipe Resources

Recipes and resources can also be found at the Pulse Canada recipe database.


Submit A Recipe

Have a favorite recipe featuring pulses? We'd love to get it. Please send it to us using this form.