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Kerryann’s Turkish-style couscous

Balsamic Tomato Spinach Giant Couscous Salad on Kavey Eats - an easy recipe that works as a side or a main and can be served hot, warm or cold.

Balsamic Tomato Spinach Giant Couscous Salad on Kavey Eats - an easy recipe that works as a side or a main and can be served hot, warm or cold.

2: 10 minute couscous salad - Couscous - Spring onions - Red pepper - Cucumber - Feta cheese - Pine nuts

10-minute couscous salad

Slimming Eats Cheesy Couscous Bites - vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Cheesy Couscous Bites with Tomato Dip

Chicken & couscous one-pot, cooked in a Le Creuset Cast Iron Shallow Casserole

Chicken & couscous one-pot

Feta-stuffed romano peppers with giant couscous recipe. These stuffed peppers are easy to make and full of flavour. Make them for a light supper or dinner party starter.

Feta-stuffed peppers with giant couscous

Feta-stuffed romano peppers with giant couscous recipe. These stuffed peppers are easy to make and full of flavour. Make them for a light supper or dinner party starter.

Five-a-day tagine - a spicy and sweet winter warmer which lasted 3 days...an easy heat up meal after a long day at work.

Five-a-day tagine

Five-a-day tagine - a spicy and sweet winter warmer which lasted 3 days...an easy heat up meal after a long day at work.

Couscous halloumi salad. Super fast to prepare, and easy to modify with any veggies on hand (onion, red pepper, broccoli), or substitute feta for halloumi.  Short on time, no need to grill the cheese, just cube it and toss into the warm couscous to get a little melty while you prep the veg. Tasty on it's own - I've never even tried it with the dressing.

Summer couscous salad

Couscous halloumi salad. Super fast to prepare, and easy to modify with any veggies on hand (onion, red pepper, broccoli), or substitute feta for halloumi. Short on time, no need to grill the cheese, just cube it and toss into the warm couscous to get a little melty while you prep the veg. Tasty on it's own - I've never even tried it with the dressing.

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