How does one cook couscous?
In a pot.
you would use the stove-top to make couscous,it's a little bit like rice in the sense of the cooking technique, all you do to cook couscous is put it in water(the amount will vary depending on how much couscous you you would like to cook), wait for it to come to a boil, turn the heat on the lowest setting that your stove-top has,and cover it with up with a lid that fits the pot…
NO- couscous is traditionally made from wheat- like Bulgar. Whenever you see the word couscous without a modifier you can be sure it is wheat based. However there is now at least one commercial 'rice couscous' from lundberg farms, and there are Internet recipes for making a couscous like preparation from rice. These are very recent and will always have special labeling.
Gather the ingredients you will need to cook your couscous: a saucepan, bowl, cup measure, 1 cup couscous, 1 1/4 cups water, 1/2 teaspoon of salt and a dish towel. Measure out 1 1/4 cups of water and then add the water and salt to a saucepan. Heat the water until it is boiling. Place the boiling water and couscous together in a bowl. Stir the ingredients together. Cover the bowl with a dish towel…
Couscous is pasta. It originated in Africa, where semolina was crushed and steamed to obtain the tender granules called couscous. Both couscous and other forms of pasta, such as noodles, form an excellent part of a healthy diet. Couscous is more nutritious than pasta, see related links for more information.
Tabbouleh is one of the Middle-Eastern delicacies, is a salad, generally thought to have originated in Lebanon, which has most of these ingredients: bulgur wheat, parsley, mint, tomato, spring onion and other chopped fresh herbs with lemon juice and seasoning. Some people add couscous to make the salad a little lighter and uses couscous in place of bulgur.