Great couscous, with lots of flavor. I subbed dried cranberries for the raisins. Really liked the addition of the mint.
a really nice curry, i subbed craisins for the raisins and some cilantro for the mint as I was serving it with Oaxacan shrimp that had coriander in it.
The DM and I thoroughly enjoyed this couscsous recipe and the
dm would not believe that there was curry in it (a thing about my late DD making Vindaloo curries so the DM judged all curries by that measure and therefore if curry was mentioned she would not eat but we are slowly training her that not all curries are hot and this one hit the buttons and is helping that conversion). the only chane I made was to use sultanas for the raisins and as we don't care for mint used some fresh parsley from the garden and then kicked myself when I was eating as something was missing yes I forfot the lime juice but drizzled over and mixed in an perfecto, thank you herby, made for ZAAR Chef Alphabet Soup.
My whole family loves this- even the kids! I don't usually add the lime or mint (because I don't usually have it) but it has a wonderful flavor even without. Sometimes I make a big pot of this on a cold day as a comfort food to pick at all day long.
I love this couscous. I've made it a few times now, and it's so easy and flavorful! Great when you need a quick side dish. Love it. Thanks.