This couscous makes a delicious accompaniment to lamb tagine and any other Moroccan style spicy dish
This is the king of couscous. It serves more than six, but you can reheat the meat, veg and stock, and it tastes even better second time around.
This is a great alternative to porridge. Couscous is cooked in milk and honey, then tossed with dried apricots, raisins and flaked almonds. It's so good that you can serve it as a dessert.
I've simplified this recipe for Couscous Mesfouf without losing any of its deliciously complex flavour. Prepare all the mix-ins ahead of time and it takes only minutes to make. Enjoy!
This recipes takes bland couscous and combines it with flavours of the Mediterranean. Couscous, garlic, red pepper, cherry tomatoes, basil and balsamic vinegar are baked together, then liberally spinkled with grated Parmesan. It's a great side dish with chicken.
This is a wonderful recipe which incorporates sweetness and spiciness. Couscous is simmered with dates, mushrooms, cinnamon, star anise and chillies in a chicken stock. It's the perfect side dish for the cold winter months.