Couscous is actually a type of pasta. Shocked that you’ve never heard of it? Yes, that’s the big deal about it. While it looks like a grain, couscous is classified as tiny balls of pasta with a chewier and nuttier texture. Couscous, however, is not tossed in white or red sauce. Instead, there are various other ways to make and serve couscous. Nowadays, couscous is a popular accompaniment, instead of rice or pasta. Commonly made with semolina, couscous is a good choice for meat dishes, puddings and soups. Here, we share a few recipe ideas.
Have you ever tried making a chicken dish with dried lavender for Easter? Here’s an ingenious way to use couscous too. In this recipe, chicken is seasoned with dried lavender and served with couscous and vegetables.
Lemon couscous is certainly a refreshing take. It can be eaten as a meal on its own. So go ahead, try this easy peasy recipe.
Are you a seafood fan, and do you love to eat it often? Then note down this recipe. You’ll also love the crunch you get from pistachios in this couscous dish. Incredible pick!
A beautiful spinach arugula and basil pesto sauce is drizzled on grilled chicken, which is served on a bed of couscous. Incredible and versatile ingredients are used in this delicious recipe.
Orange juice, olive oil, ground cumin and dried currants are just some of the ingredients in this hearty meal. Check out the recipe.