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Fruity Couscous

A tasty addition to salads

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Yields4 Servings

 140 g Couscous
 150 ml Boiling water
 2 tbsp Moroccan Spice mix
 1 Yellow pepper diced
 50 g Sultanas
 25 g Cashews
 30 g Flaked Almonds,toasted
 ½ tbsp Red Onion diced
 40 g Dried Apricots (optional)
 1 Garlic clove chopped
 1 tbsp Olive oil

1

Heat the oil in a pan. Add the onion,pepper and garic and fry till soft

2

Add the sultanas, apricots, almonds ,cashews and spice mix and stir through

3

Add the Couscous and stir till covered in spice mix

4

Add the boiling water cover with a lid and leave for 7-8 mns till all the liquid has been dissolved

5

Separate grains with a fork and leave to cool

6

Serve cold as part of a salad or a side dish for chicken, pork or any meat you fancy

7

Tip - add some lemon juice for added zin
Tip - swap the Sultanas for Cranberries

8

Use instead of rice or pasta

9

Spice mix available in recipes

Ingredients

 140 g Couscous
 150 ml Boiling water
 2 tbsp Moroccan Spice mix
 1 Yellow pepper diced
 50 g Sultanas
 25 g Cashews
 30 g Flaked Almonds,toasted
 ½ tbsp Red Onion diced
 40 g Dried Apricots (optional)
 1 Garlic clove chopped
 1 tbsp Olive oil

Directions

1

Heat the oil in a pan. Add the onion,pepper and garic and fry till soft

2

Add the sultanas, apricots, almonds ,cashews and spice mix and stir through

3

Add the Couscous and stir till covered in spice mix

4

Add the boiling water cover with a lid and leave for 7-8 mns till all the liquid has been dissolved

5

Separate grains with a fork and leave to cool

6

Serve cold as part of a salad or a side dish for chicken, pork or any meat you fancy

7

Tip - add some lemon juice for added zin
Tip - swap the Sultanas for Cranberries

8

Use instead of rice or pasta

9

Spice mix available in recipes

Fruity Couscous

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