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  • Serves 6
  • 45 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

18 Comments

Cous cous is a favourite in our family. We do many variations of this cous cous dish, some with meat, some without… a perfect meal or side.


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 2 packets of Ainsley Harriot Roast Veg Cous Cous Mix
  • 1 bunch brocollini, steamed lightly
  • 1/2 butternut pumpkin, cubed
  • 1 sweet potato, cubed
  • 2 onions, cut into quarters
  • olive oil, or oil spray for roasting
  • greek yoghurt to serve

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 190 degrees, oil spray, or lightly coat sweet potato, onion, and pumpkin in olive oil, place on lined tray and cook for 30 minutes or until lightly browned (to taste).
  2. Cook the cous cous packets per packet instructions.
  3. Steam brocollini, cut into pieces.
  4. Mix all the veggies with the cous cous and serve, or pop into a sealed container for yummy lunches. Serve with yoghurt.

Notes

You can do a similar thing with quinoa, but I would add some spices/herbs for flavour!

  • I don’t have Cous cous very often though sounds lovely and healthy

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  • A great mid week dinner meal!

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  • Cous cous is great. Like your recipe. Thanks.

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  • A great accompaniment to any meal.

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  • This is an excellent recipe. Love using plain whole-grain cous cous for added health benefits and you can mix with left over roast vegetables for a healthy, tasty, cost-effective meal.

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  • I’d love to try this! Love that it has no meat. Yum! Thanks for sharing!

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  • apologies for the bad photography. food does taste great… promise

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  • i have never cooked with couscous so i might give this a go im just a little nervous about couscous

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  • This looks easy to make and healthy. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Perfect for the family to enjoy; thanks!.

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  • A nice, healthy recipe idea; thanks!.

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  • I like Ainsley Harriot Roast Veg Cous Cous Mix too – easy and tasty. Thanks for the recipe – looks good.

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  • beuty vegies love it

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  • yeah this looks like a nice cous cous meal. well done


    • cheers for the yumo recipe idea. cous cous can be so good if you add the right thongs.

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  • A veggi cous cous is a nice change,thanks.

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