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Product review: Ainsley Harriott's Cous Cous range

I remember coming home after school and watching Ainsley Harriott on TV. What a chef! When I was asked to review his newly relaunched Cous Cous range I was keen to give it a go as Cous Cous is a dish I have been slightly scared of cooking. 267 more words


Cous Cous Curry


1/8 small onion, minced

1 garlic clove, minced

About a tablespoon worth fresh ginger, minced

Canola oil

Handful cauliflower florets

Handful cut in half baby carrots… 107 more words


Ricotta, Avocado, and Cous Cous Balls


  • 50-100g ricotta
  • Half an avocado
  • 2 tablespoons of cooked cous cous


  1. Cook up 2 table spoons of cous cous in a bowl (cover couc cous with boiling water and leave until water is all soaked up).
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Spiced Lamb and Sorghum Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers

Sorghum is a gluten free grain that has yet to gain in popularity, but should be.  It’s a round grain that looks a lot like Israeli cous cous and has a mild enough flavor that it makes a seamless whole grain alternative.  357 more words


Speaking of cravings..

One of my favorite types of food is Greek/Mediterranean. It’s always fresh and unique compared to a lot of food here in the states. And it’s no wonder, since I really love olives. 225 more words


Glu cos?, milk, potatoes, butter x 3, eggs, meat, greens, ham, 1 pk b/beans, crisps, nuts, bacon, cuscus, unsure.

The purchased items have been diligently crossed off. 21 more words


Cous cous, just how exactly it tastes like?

I’ve never failed in inventing my own food. But today! I failed. haha.

I’ve always wanted to try cous cous and quinoa before given their nutritional value is better than white rice. 125 more words