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Bibliobethica
Served cold, the perfect side dish with almost anything. It's colorful and oh, so flavorful.
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Sonya01
something different Aust Weight Watchers 4pts.
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happyzhangbo
The curry and sugar combo is fantastic, I haven't found a person who didn't like this salad.
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Pierre Dance
50 years age, Uncle Sam's Air force sent me on a 4 year paid holiday to Europe and North Africa. I spent several months at Sidi Slimane, Morocco where I found this dish. It is not only delicious, its quick and easy.In hot weather I cook a lot on the patio using my propane camp stove. Why heat up the house just to pay the electric company to run the air conditioner.
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Chef GreanEyes
from Near East brand Couscous. neareast.com. wanted to let others know that are lookig for different couscous recipes.
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Alton Brown
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Celeste :)
Chutney is a sweet-tart condiment with the consistency of jelly. Any fruit chutney can be served in place of the mango flavor that's called for.
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EatingWell
This quick take on rice pudding is flavored with honey and orange zest. Dates had a rich, sweet flavor.
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Jencathen
This recipe was adapted from absinthebride's recipe on Group Recipe. There were certain ingredients in her version that our family doesn't like. The recipe is great and it is a nice accompaniment to Moroccan chicken or grilled chicken skewers. Don't be put off by the amount of ingredients. It really is an easy dish to prepare. Here is the original recipe link in case someone liked raisins and such... http://www.grouprecipes.com/11596/spicy-vegetable-couscous.html
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NurseJaney
From a saved page of an old Gourmet Magazine. I prefer to use Israeli couscous, the pearl type, however you need to check package directions for additional cooking time. This was a great side dish for "Recipe#60524" Marinated Lamb Chops. I also used kalamata olives and skipped the salt.
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Kelly0412
This is a light salad that is perfect for a lunch time meal! I have also made it for pot lucks with rave reviews. Unfortunately, I am not sure where this original recipe came from!!
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shhthisisjanelle
Very fast, easy, cheap, and delicious. Really, those are my only four requirements of a recipe. Is that so much to ask? originally from foodnetwork.com. The suggested whole wheat couscous, and I used it since I've got it, but regular couscous could easily be subbed. For wont of lemon zest, I cooked my peas in a little bit of lemon juice. 1/2 cup of cheese is a lot, IMO.
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