Where did couscous originate?

Answer Couscous originates from Northern Africa, most likely Morocco, and has been popular in that region since at least the 9th century. The 11th century conquest of North Africa by Muslims helped spre... Read More »

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How to Make Couscous?

{fa}}Couscous is a Berber dish made from moistened semolina wheat and flour. It is traditionally served with a meat or vegetable stew; but there is no reason not to enjoy it with other foods, perha... Read More »

What is the main ingredient in couscous?

The main ingredient in couscous is durum wheat that is formed into granules of semolina. The granules are precooked and then dried. Prepare it by letting it reconstitute in boiling water. Add spice... Read More »

How to Make Cranberry Couscous?

Cranberry couscous has a tangy taste that goes well with both meat and vegetarian dishes. It also makes a tasty cold or warm salad, and is especially delicious as a leftover dish. This recipe is ve... Read More »

How to Make Couscous Salad?

Served hot or cold, enjoy this dish as the main entree or an appetizer. Here is a recipe for a couscous salad.Serves 4 people.