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GailAnn, this was truly delicious! I subbed honey for the maple syrup, otherwise made as directed. I'll be making this again! Thanks for posting! Made for I RECCOMEND, 2012

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pammyowl November 14, 2012

I useed pearl couscous which from google searches is similar. I did have to replace half the dried cranberries with sultanas but otherw9se made as per recipe for a 2 serves but found that was plenty for 3 of us and a serve still left over. Thank you gailanng, made for Everyday A Holiday.

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I'mPat December 23, 2011

This speaks SUMMER to me! So lovely & light with all the fresh herbs. I'm not even gonna wait for the family to try it, this ROCKS! The Israeli couscous did not absorb all the liquid so I drained it &then decided to rinse it to cool off quickly. It still had a great flavor imparted from the chicken broth. Like Pammyowl I used honey (personal preference). I used Pink Lady apples, although I'll bet the tartness of a granny smith apples would complement the sweetness of the craisins & honey. I did not toast the sliced almonds . Serving with grilled chicken.

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Couscous With Apples, Cranberries and Herbs