Popular in North African Cuisine, cous cous is actually the name of a dish and not the semolina from which this is made. It is formed into little pasta balls, steamed and dried. It has a light fluffy texture when cooked.
Take 1 part cous cous to 2 parts water or stock. Simply add the boiling water/stock to the cous cous, stir and cover. After 10 minutes, it should be light and fluffy and ready to eat!Ingredients
: Precooked durum Wheat
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Typical nutritional information (per 100g)
|Energy||1573kJ / 376kCal|
| of which saturates||0.2g|
| of which sugars||3.6g|