Israeli Couscous is also known as Pearl Couscous or Gourmet Pearl Couscous. It consists of small balls of toasted semolina flour and is meant to be enjoyed like pasta or rice. An easy weeknight dinner, couscous is ready to eat in only 10 minutes!
The texture and taste are a lot like pasta but with a pearly, slightly slippery surface.
This festive and nutrient-loaded salad is satisfying enough to enjoy as a meal. The combination of fresh vegetables and herbs makes it taste and smell like a spring. It’s perfect for Easter brunch, lunch, or dinner.
The dressed salad keeps quite well in the fridge for about 2 days, but it’s best to serve fresh.
If you want to make it in advance, keep arugula and dressing separate until just before serving. If you are not a big fan of arugula, you can replace it with spinach.
A warm vegetable salad with couscous and dressing. Serve fresh or store up to 2 days in the fridge for leftovers. Keep dressing and arugula separate until ready to serve.
Luba Serebrenik is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and an Integrative Energy Therapy (IET) practitioner. Her website can be found here.
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