COUSCOUS
COUSCOUS From $2.50

Couscous, an increasingly popular dish that comes from Morocco and North Africa, can be traced back to the 9th Century. Produced by mixing semolina flour with water and then sieving the dough, the granules produced were then dried in the hot desert sun and stored for several months. It’s a little easier to make these days! When properly prepared, couscous has a beautifully light and fluffy texture that complements and absorbs the other flavours of the dish with which it is paired. It has a subtle flavour, similar to pasta, and works perfectly with spicy foods or stews.

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  • + Nutritional Info
    GRAMS PER SERVE  
    SERVES PER PACK  
      PER SERVE PER 100g
    ENERGY 786.5 1573
    PROTEIN 6.35 12.7
    FAT, TOTAL 0.3 0.6
    SATURATED 0.05 0.1
    CARBOHYDRATE 38.7 77.4
    SUGARS 0.05 0.1
    SODIUM 5 10
  • + Ingredients

    Instant couscous (wheat)

  • + How to use

    Our couscous has been pre-steamed and dried, meaning it is extremely quick and effortless to prepare. Simply put the desired amount in a bowl (one cup dry will produce two and a half cups cooked) and cover with hot liquid and allow to sit for five minutes before lightly fluffing with a fork. Butter, oil or salt can be added if desired to enhance flavour and texture, or alternatively add hot stock instead of water to impart a delightful, sophisticated flavour. Simple, delicious and a big hit with the kids!

  • + Country of Origin
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  • + Storage Instructions
    Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight

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