Cous Cous Pudding – Indian Style

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Couscous-Siruparuppu Payasam: Couscous Kheer. Couscous Pradhaman. Ingredients: Wheat couscous 1 cup Split mung dal 1/2 cup Jaggery/brown sugar 3/4 cup Fresh coconut milk 2 cups Cardamom 3 crushed Cashew nuts 10 Raisin 1 fistful Ghee few spoons. Method: In a wide wok, heat ghee. Fry the nuts and raisin. Set aside. In the same oil, [...]

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Mixed Vegetables Couscous Khichdi

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Wheat Cous Cous Bath: Ingredients: Wheat Cous cous – 1 cup Mixed vegetables – 2 cups (carrots, beans, peas, corn kernels) Green chilies 3-6 sliced Garlic 6 cloves chopped Purple onion 1 large chopped Salt Mustard seeds 1 spoon Cumin seeds 1/2 spoon Olive oil 1/4 cup. Method: Heat oil in a wide vessel. Add [...]

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Saffron Infuced Cous Cous with Chicken Tower

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Cous Cous with Saffron Chicken Tower:Cous Cous-Saffron Chicken.Ingredients: For Cous Cous: Cous Cous 1 cup Salt Dry parsley 1 spoon Dried Garlic powder 1 spoon Olive Oil 4 spoons. To Garnish: Tomato 1 Cilantro or parsley leaves few. For Chicken: Chicken boneless, skinless – shredded 1 cup Cilantro leaves alone 1/4 cup Saffron few strands [...]

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Cous Cous Tomato Bath

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Cous Cous Tomato Bath:Ingredients:Cous cous (pearl/fine) 1 small cup Roma tomatoes 2 Cloves 3 Cinnamon sticks 1 Dry parsley leaves 1/4 spoon Garlic powder 1 spoon Olive oil 4 spoons Parsley leaves to garnish(substitute with cilantro leaves). Method: Core the tomatoes and chop the fresh alone. Set aside. Heat oil in a pan, add cloves [...]

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Cous Cous and Nuts Pilaf

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Cous Cous Nuts Pilaf:Ingredients: Cous cous 1 cup Whole Almonds 10-15 Whole Cashewnuts 10-15 Peacan /Walnuts 10-15 Raisins – handfull Garlic powder 1 spoon Dry Parsley leaves 1/4 spoon Olive oil /clarified butter 4-5 spoons. Method: In a wide, deep vessel….heat oil. Add the nuts and fry till golden and fragrant enough. Then add garlic [...]

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Cous Cous Pilaf

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Cous Cous Pilaf:Cinnamon & Cloves: Cinnamon was recently studied by German scientists for its effects on people with type 2 diabetes. Amazingly, they found that diabetics could decrease their blood sugar by up to 10% just by taking a cinnamon extract daily. Another study found that cinnamon may help to lower cholesterol as well. Adding [...]

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Cous Cous Upma

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Cous Cous Upma:To explain it simple…’Cous Cous’ is Ethiopian ‘Sooji’! As Semolina is broken from wheat….this cous is also is broken from a kind of wheat(buck wheat). Semolina is directly being broken…..whereas cous cous is broken after kneading them into a dough! So…cous cous is not gooey! Thats the one of the reason….I chose it! [...]

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