Jeweled Couscous

Jeweled Couscous created by PaulaG

Very fruity, very easy.

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10mins
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directions

  • Boil stock in a saucepan.
  • Pour in the couscous in a thin stream and stir in lemon rind.
  • Cover the pan, remove from heat and leave for 5 minutes, fluffing with a fork after 2 minutes.
  • Drizzle over olive oil and stir in almonds, apricots, sultanas and parsley.
  • Season.
  • Either serve immediately or cover with foil and keep warm in the oven for up to 30 minutes, or allow to cool, cover with plastic wrap and reheat in a microwave oven.
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"Very fruity, very easy."
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  1. PaulaG
    Jeweled Couscous Created by PaulaG
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  2. PaulaG
    Quick, easy and delicious…Who could ask for more? I doubled the recipe, used Israeli couscous and served it with Roast Salmon with Leeks recipe #136900.
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  3. Dawn399
    I liked the dish, for my personal tastes, I think I 'll use chicken broth next time (I think it will provide enough saltiness, without me having to add salt). I also added some of the juice of the lemon to off set some of the sweetness of the dried fruit. I really enjoyed the couscous and will make it again.
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  4. HeatherFeather
    This was delicious and beautiful. It looked like I took a great deal of trouble to make, but was very easy and quick to prepare. I loved the taste of the apricots in this slightly sweet side dish. It tasted just as good cold the next day.
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  5. Mirj2338
    Very fruity, very easy.
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