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Dried Apricot and Walnut Couscous

  • Time:  min
  • Easy
  • 6
  • Time: 10 min
  • Easy
  • 6

This fruity, nutty couscous is prepared using chopped, dried apricots, walnuts and spring onion along with golden, fluffy, whole wheat couscous. A lovely side-dish, you could try mixing this with salads for a nice pop of flavour or serve alongside burgers and wraps for added texture!

Ingredients

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  • 150g/5oz (dry weight) whole wheat couscous
  • 4 spring onions, finely sliced
  • 40g/1.4oz dried apricot, finely chopped
  • 40g/1.4oz walnuts, chopped
  • The juice of half a lemon

Dried Apricot and Walnut Couscous

1.Add the couscous into a shallow dish, pour the stock over and cover. Leave for ten minutes for the grains to absorb the stock.

2. While that’s doing its thing, prep the onions then add them into a mixing bowl along with the apricot and walnuts.

3. Once the couscous has absorbed the stock, fluff it all up with a fork. Once fluffy add it to the mixing bowl.

4.Evenly scatter the turmeric and cumin over the couscous mixture, do the same with the lemon juice before finally seasoning with salt and pepper. Give everything a really good mix to combine and then refrigerate until you’re ready to serve


I hope you give this delicious Dried Apricot & Walnut Couscous a try! And if you do, be sure to tag the picture #AVogelRecipes on Instagram so we can see :)

This recipe is full of goodness

  • Rich in fibre
  • Excellent source of selenium
  • Good source of protein

Rich in fibre, couscous helps promote a healthy digestive system. It is also an excellent source of selenium, an antioxidant that protects the body from cell damage caused by free radicals. Couscous is also a good source of protein, which is essential for sustaining energy.

About Bethany

Bethany is a vegan food blogger from Kent. She is passionate about creating simple plant-based recipes, suitable for vegans. She updates her blog Bethany’s Vegan Kitchen every week with new tasty and easy-to-make recipes.

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