Couscous

Couscous is a staple in North African and Middle Eastern cuisine, featured in traditional dishes like Moroccan tagines and Algerian couscous. While Algerian couscous includes a variety of spices, vegetables, and meat, the couscous being sold is typically just rolled semolina.

Use this versatile ingredient as a base for salads, as a side dish, or to add texture to stews and soups. For a sweet treat, mix it with nuts, dried fruit, and honey.

Usage

Use 90g of couscous and an equivalent volume of water per portion. Pour the couscous in a pot of boiling water and remove from heat immediately. Let it sit, covered, for 10 minutes or until it has absorbed the liquid completely. For extra flavour, toast the couscous a few minutes in a pan with olive oil before cooking and add broth to your cooking water.

Ingredients

Durum whole wheat semolina.
Contains gluten (wheat). May contain soy, sesame, mustard, nuts.

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05-09-2025.

Storage

Fresh and dry storage, under 15°C.

Supplier

DO-IT organic

Origin

Italy

Nutrition-facts (per 100g)
Energy1397kJ
Calories338kcal
Proteins12g
Carbs65g
  Sugars3g
Fats2g
  Saturated0g
Salt10mg