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I liked this recipe because it was very simple. However I gave it a 3 because I agree with the first reviewer about it being bland. I added garlic but I think the recipe could be approved on more by adding some spices.
This was pretty good. I sauteed the bell peppers with minced garlic in the butter and then added equal parts of water and couscous along with the parmesan cheese. At the table we seasoned it with salt and pepper and it went great with our spinach stuffed salmon.
This recipe works great as a side dish. I used feta cheese instead of Parmesan cheese and I added raisons to give it a little more flavor. My only real problem with this type of couscous is that I find it can be a little dry. As a result I like to serve it with a main dish that has sauce. I have had comments from some that they would have liked a dressing perhaps a vinigrette or something of that nature. All in all it is a great recipe and the green and red peppers definitely make it a christmas side dish. Cheers Glen
This is a good way to dress up couscous! But I had to figure out how much 6 oz. was. So I went with 1 Cup. Then I used only 1 1/2 C. water. 4 Cups would have drowned it. Also took advice of others and added garlic powder and pepper.