A unique and delicious way to use up your turkey leftovers, this dish doesn’t even have a hint of Thanksgiving.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
This is light and easy to prepare, plus you can serve it warm or cold.
Enjoy the fragrant flavours of cilantro and mint in this North African-inspired salad, which can be largely prepared ahead. Lamb is a good source of protein, as well as B vitamins, iron and zinc.
Couscous makes a brilliant base for a quick salad, as it needs only a brief soaking in hot stock (or water). Here it is combined with chickpeas, dates, oranges and pistachios for a Middle Eastern-style vegetarian dish.
The combination of fresh ingredients and the smoky flavour of chipotle pepper will delight your taste buds. This colourful creation will certainly make a statement and be memorable for your guests.
If you like vegetable stew, you’ll love tajine.
This low-cal, high-protein, quick-fix vegetable couscous is guaranteed to impress.
This quick vegetable couscous with wild blueberries recipe makes a healthy and delicious side dish or light main meal.
Choose ripe, well-flavoured tomatoes for this dish. Hollowed out, tomatoes make the perfect container for a spicy eggplant, dried apricot and nut couscous. Serve the spiced couscous tomatoes with sesame breadsticks.
Fresh salmon is readily available all year round. This deliciously healthy dish with tarragon mayonnaise can be served warm or cold, with a green leaf salad tossed with snow peas or green beans, and some crusty whole-wheat bread.
Based on the Moroccan way of stewing meat with fruit, here lamb is marinated with mushrooms and herbs, then cooked slowly with dried apricots. Shredded cabbage and fresh mint enliven the couscous accompaniment.