Couscous originates from Northern Africa and is made from steamed and dried durum wheat. It has a light, fluffy texture and does not taste much on its own. However, it works well as a base and readily soaks up the flavors of other ingredients. A popular alternative to the rice and pasta, couscous mixes beautifully into salads, pairs well with meat and vegetable dishes, and can be flavored with herbs such as mint, coriander, sumac and also dried fruits such as figs and apricots.
How to prepare it: (Serves 3-4)
Boil 250g of couscous in 250ml of water. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 teaspoon of salt to 250ml of water and bring it to a boil. Add 250g of couscous and simmer for about 2 minutes. Drain if necessary. You can add butter, herbs, and substitute water for broth to add flavor to the couscous.
- Durum wheat semolina
- Country of Origin:
- Storage instructions:
- Avoid direct sunlight. Keep in a cool dry place.
- Shipping temperature :
- 【 Room Temperature】