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Vegetarian CousCous Recipe

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by Sheree (subscribe)
www.shereejarman.com
Published October 31st 2011
Vegetarian CousCous
This easy to make recipe can be tailored to the flavours you love.

San Remo has some fantastic products and recently I found out their brand is not just limited to pasta. By following the instructions on the San Remo couscous packet I was able to make beautiful fluffy couscous. I then added the flavours I love to the couscous to create this vegetarian dish that is not only family friendly but can be served for lunch or dinner.

San Remo CousCous
Follow the instructions on the San Remo packet to make fluffy couscous.

Preparation time 15 minutes (Serves 4-6 people)

Ingredients

1 cups San Remo couscous
4 tablespoons olive oil
3 teaspoons butter
3 teaspoons vegetable salt
60 grams danish feta (my favourite brand is Mayer)
250 grams jap/kent pupkin
cup pine nuts
2 tablespoons flat leaf continental parsley

Method

1. Prepare the couscous as per San Remo instructions on the packet. Multiple the San Remo couscous ingredients three times for the desired amount of couscous needed for this recipe.

2. Cut the skin off of the pumpkin and dice into small pieces.

3. Heat a fry pan to medium heat and add 1 tablespoon of olive oil.

4. Add pumpkin to the fry pan and cook until brown on each side.

Jap/Kent pumpkin frying on medium heat.
Fry the pumpkin until it is brown on both sides.

5. Place the cooked pumpkin on some paper towel to help absorb the oil from the pumpkin.

6. Chop the feta and parsley into small pieces.

Parsley chopped into small pieces.
Chopped flat leaf continental parsley.

7. Add the pumpkin, pine nuts, parsley and feta to the couscous.

Stir the ingredients with a fork.
Stir the ingredients through the couscous with a fork.

8. Stir through the ingredients with a fork until evenly combined.

9. Serve as a side dish or main meal for lunch or dinner.
Serve warm or cold.
Vegetarian Couscous
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Why? Easy to make
When: Lunch or Dinner time
Where: At home
Cost: $2 per person
Your Comment
Cous Cous is always such a quick an easy meal to make, especially when you don't know what to make for the night. This mix of veggies an flavors sound delicious! I'm a big fan of pumpkin and feta. I'll have to make this on the weekend :)
by Daniella (score: 1|46) 2179 days ago
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