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Pearl Couscous Tagine

Tagine, the name of both the cooking vessel and the national dish of Morocco, is typically a stew with vegetables and spices, served with...

by Mark Bittman

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Fluffy Couscous

Couscous is the starch of choice with a Moroccan meal, but it is so easy to prepare, think of it anytime braised lamb or chicken is on th...

by Sheila Lukins


Minted Couscous with Pomegranate Seeds

Couscous makes an easy, elegant platform for grilled chicken, pork chops, lamb, shrimp, or other main dish foods. Mint gives this versio...

by Joey Altman


Bell Peppers Stuffed with Israeli Couscous and Lentils

Israeli couscous, larger than regular couscous, combines well with lentils as the stuffing for bell peppers. The stuffing is also delicio...

by Robin Robertson


Israeli Couscous with Shrimp and Zucchini

The lemon, cumin, and fresh herbs combined with the richness of the shrimp and the great texture of the Israeli couscous make this wonder...

by Jane Coxwell


Couscous with Vegetables

Couscous, a staple of North African cuisine, is my all-time favorite to serve with a spicy meal. It is also a great alternative to rice.

by Margaret Howard


Couscous Salad

Make the dressing:In a small bowl whisk together garlic paste, vinegar, oil, and add salt and pepper to taste.Stir the mint, parsley, cor...

by Jon Ashton


Parsley Couscous

Couscous is a wonderful side dish that is incredibly quick-cooking and light. This version is a perfect accompaniment to curries and fish...

by Karen Bussen


Curried Couscous

Although it resembles a grain, couscous is a semolina product that does not need cooking; rather, it is combined with boiling liquid, whi...

by Debra Ponzek


Couscous and Pine Nuts

Couscous, a tiny grain-like pasta made from semolina flour, is the basis of many Middle Eastern dishes. It is very versatile and can be s...

by Maryana Vollstedt


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