Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Couscous and vegetables in tomato sauce

Couscous is a tiny, granular type of Mediterranean wheat pasta, which is as delicious, as it is simple to prepare.The couscous granules are made from semolina (coarsely ground durum wheat) or, in some regions, from coarsely ground barley or pearl millet. It’s origins go back thousands of years and while usually considered a Moroccan dish, this is also a staple in Algeria, Tunisia and Libya.Couscous has grainy texture and bland taste, so it is generally served with flavorful gravies.
Properly cooked couscous is fluffy and each granule is separated from others. Watch the video and learn to make light n fluffy couscous and tomato sauce based vegetable gravy.


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