Couscous is a staple starch that is widely consumed in the Middle East and is often used in dishes such as burritos and paella. Though it lacks the nutrition and delicious flavor of grains like rice and wheat, couscous is an excellent way to add a lot of fiber to your diet while also providing plenty of easy-to-digest carbohydrates.
Couscous is a versatile grain that can be used to make a variety of food items. Its name is derived from the Arabic word ‘Kalusah,’ which means ‘cracked wheat.’ The grains are prepared by germinating durum wheat, which is typically used to make pasta, then steaming it, which not only removes the starches but also evaporates the water, leaving the grains ready for further processing. The grains are then dried and cracked, giving the name and texture of couscous.
If you’re looking for an easy and delicious recipe to use with couscous, then this is the one for you. The dish is a very fancy blend of mixed vegetables, chicken, and couscous, topped with a simple tomato sauce. This recipe is one which we’ve been playing with for many years, and it’s very easy to make.
- Easy Lemon Couscous
- Olive oil
- Chicken broth
How to make Lemon Couscous:
- Heat the olive oil in a saucepan
- Add garlic and sauté it until it fragrant good for about 20 seconds
- Remove the heat, then pour the chicken broth, lemon juice and season it with salt. Put it into medium heat and wait for it to boil.
- Then add the couscous, stir it and cover it and turn off the heat. Wait and let it rest for 4 minutes.
- Then add parsley and add fork, then place in a bowl and serve.
From the moment the first grain of couscous was prepared by the ancient Egyptians, feasting has been synonymous with a celebration of good health. Everyone from kings to paupers has been aware of the importance of a fresh supply of the versatile grain of the Middle Eastern table. With the discovery of Spices, Couscous’s ability to be transformed into a variety of dishes has gained international praise and a place at the table of the world’s most esteemed chefs.
Couscous is a tasty, healthy, and versatile grain that can be used to create delicious and nutritious meals. I love to cook with it, as it is not only a healthy alternative to rice or pasta but also a great side dish for almost any meal. I can think of so many ways to use it besides just in salads. My favorite and one of my most often used couscous recipes is this one. It is so easy and quick to prepare and can be used to flavor any dish. If you like it, please share it with your friends.
Lemon Couscous is a quick and easy to prepare dish. It is the perfect recipe to have in your already packed meal plan. It is a healthy and light side dish that is delicious with just a pinch of sumptuous. Lemon Couscous is best served with some vegetables and grilled meat or fish. It can be a substitute for rice or pasta. You can also add it to your salad as a salad dressing.
The benefits of eating lemon are vast. Studies have shown that lemons contain citric acid, which helps the body absorb calcium from food and supplements. Lemon juice also contains vitamin C, which has antioxidant properties and prevents the body from absorbing the fat from food.
Lastly, lemon juice has been shown to promote healthy skin, hair, and nails, as well as increase energy levels. Couscous has been a popular dish in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries for hundreds of years, and the secret to its longevity is often attributed to the lemon. In fact, the ingredients to make couscous are so simple that they don’t even need to be refrigerated.
With that in mind, we’re going to show you how to make your own at home with some simple ingredients that you can then use to create a delicious and healthy meal.