Couscous: Fresh and Flavorful Contemporary Recipes

Couscous: Fresh and Flavorful Contemporary Recipes

Kitty Morse Alison Miksch / Mar 31, 2020

Couscous Fresh and Flavorful Contemporary Recipes Bored with spaghetti Tired of rice Discover the exotic world of couscous Fluffy and foolproof couscous cooks in in less than five minutes and makes aperfect accompaniment to any dish North African cu

  • Title: Couscous: Fresh and Flavorful Contemporary Recipes
  • Author: Kitty Morse Alison Miksch
  • ISBN: 9780811824019
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bored with spaghetti Tired of rice Discover the exotic world of couscous Fluffy and foolproof, couscous cooks in in less than five minutes and makes aperfect accompaniment to any dish North African cusiine, couscous is a hot trend in contemporary cookingand author Kitty Morse is here with the most exciting and inventive ways to get couscous beyond the land of CasablancBored with spaghetti Tired of rice Discover the exotic world of couscous Fluffy and foolproof, couscous cooks in in less than five minutes and makes aperfect accompaniment to any dish North African cusiine, couscous is a hot trend in contemporary cookingand author Kitty Morse is here with the most exciting and inventive ways to get couscous beyond the land of Casablanca and straight into your kitchen From Couscous Paella to Couscous Mango Mousse, Couscous will revolutionize your culinary repertoire You may wonder what you ate before discovering this versatile and delectable staple.

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    1. So 2 things I assumed about couscous :1. It lends itself to vegetarian friendly dishes2. Kiddies will love it!Unfortunately, this book proved both of those theories wrong : Every recipe was heavy on meat (and like, lamb and boar not the usual chickie chickie), and there as no way my 2 year old was going to eat any of it.Perhaps this would be a good one for you if you're looking to gourmet with your couscous. Gourmet slash weird, but I only took one cool concept from it : turning couscous into fr [...]


    2. Twenty years ago couscous could be found only in Middle Eastern grocery stores; today it appears on the shelves of large chain grocers and on the plates of lots of restaurants which have nothing to do with Middle Eastern cuisine. It is a very ancient food, probably invented by the Berbers, which is claimed as "their" national food by lots of countries in North Africa. Kitty Morse was born in Morocco to French and English parents and now lives in the United States. She learned to use a couscousi [...]


    3. Doing a quick look-see, this is EXACTLY what I'm looking for. I predict this will have a much more favorable review than the last couscous book I read.**************Finally finished reading it. Thus far, of all the cookbooks I've read for couscous recipes, this is the best. Most are just "mix some lamb with the couscous, and you're done." THis one has some vegetarian recipes (or recipes that are easily adapted for vegetarians). *CREATIVE* recipes doing things with couscous I would have never ima [...]


    4. There is no way on earth that I would be able to get my child to eat anything in this cookbook. It was a waste of time to even look through it.


    5. Since I like couscous, I wasn't terrible thrilled with this collection, but there were a few bits of inspiration here and there



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