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Check out how to make Couscous from beginning to the end

Couscous is a lovely meal that can serve ones breakfast or brunch.

Check out ingredients needed for making Couscous.

1 cup water or stock 

1 to 2 tablespoons spread or olive oil (optional) 

1 cup couscous (not pearl or Israeli

1/2 teaspoon salt 


Little pot with cover 


Estimating cups and spoons 

Directions in how to make Couscous.

Heat the fluid to the point of boiling. Spot 1 cup water or stock and 1 to 2 tablespoons spread or olive oil (if utilizing) in a little pan. Heat to the point of boiling over high warmth. 

Mix in the couscous and salt. Eliminate the skillet from heat. Pour in 1 cup couscous and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Mix to uniformly saturate the couscous. 

Cover and let sit 10 minutes. Cover the container and let it sit for 10 minutes. In the event that the couscous hasn't assimilated the water or still tastes crunchy after this time, cover and let it sit for a couple of more minutes. 

Cushion with a fork. Tenderly split up and cushion the cooked couscous with a fork prior to serving. On the off chance that the remainder of supper isn't exactly done, re-cover the skillet subsequent to lightening to keep the couscous warm. 

Formula NOTES 

Microwave method: Pour the couscous into a warmth confirmation bowl. Heat the water to the point of boiling in the microwave and afterward pour over the couscous. Mix to saturate, cover the bowl with a supper plate or cling wrap, and stand by 10 minutes. Lighten and serve. 

Toasted couscous: Toasting gives the couscous more flavor. Soften the margarine or olive oil in the pan. Mix in the couscous until it smells fragrant and hot. Heat up the water independently, pour over the couscous, and continue as typical. 

Spiced couscous: Try adding flavors alongside the couscous for a more delightful dish. Start with 1/2 teaspoon all out flavors and change from that point.

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