A very tasty product that can be combined with red meat, chicken or vegetables.
Couscous is a tiny pasta made of wheat. Coarsely-ground durum wheat (semolina) is moistened and tossed with fine wheat flour until it forms tiny, round balls.
There are different kind of couscous:
Moroccan couscous is the smallest and cooks in few minutes while the Israeli couscous, also called pearl couscous, is larger and take longer to cook. Then we have the Lebanese couscous, which is even larger than Israeli couscous and takes the longest to cook. The Greek couscous is somewhere in between the Israeli and the Lebanese.
- durum wheat flour
- red pepper