What Exactly Is Couscous and How to Cook It

Do you know that there are different kinds of couscous?

Moroccan couscous is the smallest and best for salads or other lighter dishes.

Israeli is the middle and most common size and is also known and pearl couscous.

Moghrabieh, or Lebanese, couscous is the largest and perfect to accompany stews and other hearty dishes.

You can cook couscous in a variety of liquids from water to broth and even wine.

Couscous is made from cracked wheat, so it is not gluten-free.

Unlike pasta, when you cook it, it absorbs all the water you cook it with.

Couscous will aborb the flavors of what surrounds it as it cooks, which means you can enjoy both savory and sweet couscous dishes. Try your favorite dried fruit.

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