With health and wellness discussions doing the rounds in most conversations, people today are conscious about what they eat, what is good for them, the kind of fitness routines they must set for themselves and the like. Amongst these nutrition they say holds the most weightage. Including healthy ingredients into your diet on an everyday basis is an absolute must.
One such grain that you can include in your diet is 'couscous'
Couscous they say is a grain, traditionally made with the cracked whole wheat bits from the first crushing process which also popularly known as semolina. Couscous is that semolina that is moistened and tossed in flour.
Couscous is the traditional food of the North African cultures and is available in its most natural and purest form in the Mediterranean region and North African countries. It is also considered to be a Mediterranean staple as well. Nonetheless, in today's times, these ingredients are imported and exported around the world, making it available almost globally.
It is said that one cup of cooked couscous has about 176 calories, 36 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein. Couscous essentially is the element of carbohydrates in your meal.
There are two commonly available couscous in the market. One is the Israeli variety that resembles pearls, and know as pearled couscous and the other fine variant popularly known as the Moroccan couscous. They are used in salads, appetizers and even main course dishes.
Paired with flavourful ingredients to bring out the best of the couscous. So wait no more and give these recipes a try in your kitchen.