Ken's Couscous - so simple, so tasty, so fast
Couscous is made from Durum wheat flour and is closely related to pasta. But unlike pasta Couscous is ground into small granules.
Put a cup of Couscous into a large bowl. Add some finely chopped garlic and a small splash of olive oil. Then grind on some fresh pepper and add a pinch of salt.
Now add your favorite vegetable. It should be pre-cooked unless you like it almost raw. Add a small splash of chicken stock and a small splash of white wine. Mix well.
Add a cup of boiling water and let sit for a few minutes.
Fluff up and serve.
This makes a great side dish to almost anything.
As regards adding a vegetable. Peas are good. For a sweeter dish I use raisins. You can also try chopped nuts.
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