Couscous is one of the healthiest grain products and has more vitamins than most grains. Couscous is a small, wheat or barley pasta. Although the couscous has traditionally been hand-rolled, it’s made by machine these days.
Just one cup of couscous contains more than half of your recommended daily intake of selenium, a strong antioxidant that helps combat inflammation and high body LDL cholesterol. Couscous is also a decent source of fibre, with one cup providing nearly 10% of your recommended daily intake, but you’ll want to make sure you mix it with plenty of other fibre-rich foods too. To get the most nutritionally out of couscous, opt for full-wheat couscous.
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How To Prepare Delicious Couscous
Couscous is very easy to cook. My steps are very easy to follow too!. Let’s get started…
- Red bell pepper
- Seasoning cube
- Spring Onion
- Blended ginger and garlic
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- Start by cooking the chicken with seasoning cube, blended ginger and garlic, nutmeg, thyme, rosemary, salt and onion.
- Add water and cook till the chicken is well cooked.
- Remove the chicken leaving the stock.
- Add shrimps to the boiling stock.
- Also, add the couscous, stir and cook on low heat till the stock is dried.
- Add oil into a clean pan and fry the cooked chicken.
- Fry till it is golden brown.
- After frying, use the same oil to fry all the vegetable starting with onion, then tomatoes, followed by the broccoli, spring onion, red bell pepper and then carrot.
- Fry for three minutes, then add the cooked couscous and fry for another three minutes.
- Then, add the kale, stir and enjoy your couscous.
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Video On How To Cook Perfect Couscous
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