1. Add water to pot, whisk in spice and stir in olive oil & raisins.
2. Bring to a boil.
3. Pour couscous into boiling water, stirring as you pour.
4. Cover with a lid, remove from heat, leave it sit for 5 minutes or so.
5. Fluff with a fork and serve to friends and family! This will make a nice big pot, and the leftovers are fantastic for lunch, great hot or cold!
More About This Recipe
What Goes Well With Couscous?
Couscous takes on flavors very well, which makes it perfect for many different types of dishes. In this recipe you’ll see that it’s mixed with raisins and nuts, but it also works well mixed with cucumbers, tomatoes, and feta cheese, or prepared simply with butter and served with a protein of your choosing.
Is Couscous a Grain or Pasta?
Couscous is generally thought of as a grain, similar to rice or barley, since that’s where it’s generally found in most grocery stores, but it’s actually a pasta!