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How To Cook: Cous Cous

Perfect, basic instructions for simple, fast Cous Cous!

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A few people have asked me how to make Cous Cous as I think some are unaware of just how simple this little gem is to cook and how versatile it is! It can be sweet or savoury, plain or spice it up I love it as an alternative to rice

What is Cous Cous?

Cous Cous is Semolina.

The couscous that is sold in most Western supermarkets has been pre-steamed and dried, The couscous swells and within a few minutes of preparation it is ready to fluff with a fork and serve. Pre-steamed couscous takes less time to prepare than regular Cous Cous, most dried pasta, or dried grains (such as rice).

How to Cook

Simply place I cup of Cous Cous into a bowl and add 1 cup of boiling water, cover and let sit for about 5 mins until liquid is absorbed. Fluff with a fork season…

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