C ouscous (pronounced ku-skus) is a Maghrebi dish made of small, steamed balls of crushed durum wheat semolina. The point: why are we obsessing over couscous today?
Couscous is extremely nutritious, being rich in antioxidants and packed with proteins. It is filling, economic, and very easy to cook. The best part? Couscous can be used to make a variety of dishes. We’ve curated some life-changing couscous recipes which you can add to your diet!
Yes, we said Upma! Upma is a South Indian breakfast dish that is popular across Indian homes. This recipe will help you make Upma with couscous, which is considered a healthier alternative to semolina. Try this delicious and easy-to-make recipe for Couscous Upma, a healthy, wholesome twist to the traditional Indian breakfast dish.
Veggies + Chickpeas + Couscous = Nutrition Nirvana!!! This is a salad that you can make in minutes, and is packed with flavour. The best part? This salad is packed with protein from couscous and chickpeas, and is also low in calories (less than 300 calories per serving). We are totally on board if you want to take the author’s recommendation and sprinkle some nutritional yeast flakes on top!
Pulao or pilaf is conventionally made by cooking rice in stock or broth, along with aromatic spices and veggies. It can make for a really hearty and lip-smacking meal, and is also a great dish to make on special occasions. If you are a fan of pulao, but want to cut down on the calories that come with rice, then this is the recipe for you.
Made in South Indian cuisine style, this recipe is a unique way to make couscous that is bound to take your taste buds for a flavourful ride. The use of coconut milk and coconut oil gives the couscous that perfect coconut aroma, and the cashews and raisins along with that traditional South Indian seasoning give the dish a whole new dimension.
These couscous fritters are the perfect fix for a day when you’re craving fried food but want a slightly healthier option. These fritters can be served standalone with a dip, or paired with your favourite salad. We love this recipe because it’s easy to make, unique and also because these fritters would pair perfectly with our awesome Vegan Mayo.
Oh yes! Couscous paired with chickpeas makes a great burger patty. Together, these two also make for a great protein punch. Another star of this recipe? That delicious vegan garlic-coconut sauce that is used in the burger. If you’re drooling already, then scroll down and satisfy that craving! This couscous burger is definitely a must-try. Don’t take our word for it: try this hearty, delicious couscous burger recipe and find out!
Dessert lovers, we haven’t forgotten you. Couscous is a rice substitute, and can be used to make this delicious vegan pudding similar to rice pudding. This recipe will help you make a creamy, warm couscous pudding that is flavoured by some aromatic spices, and can be eaten not just as dessert but for breakfast as well.
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