Curried Couscous Salad

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Curried Couscous Salad

 

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  1. You don’t know me but I have been peeking through the window for a while. πŸ™‚ My husband and I want do something similar as you two + dog have been doing. Glad to see the post, as I have been following along for the last 6 months. I am always glad to see you are safe! πŸ™‚

    • Hi Carol! Thanks so much for reaching out. That’s awesome that you and your husband are considering a similar journey. Feel free to reach out any time with questions about anything!

  2. I wish my wife could eat curry. This looks like an amazing dish. I will share this with my friends and add to a cookbook I’m working on, if you are okay with that!

    Continued safe travels!

    • That is very sad that Michelle can’t eat curry! Is it just the spice? Perhaps you could leave out the chili powder and just mix cumin and turmeric. Thanks for sharing with friends, and of course you can add it to a cookbook you’re working on. Curious to know more about that project!

  3. Another tasty looking recipe! I especially like how you use the food canister for so many different things.

    • I LOVE my food canister. I use it at least several times a week if not for cooking grains, then for soaking things like rice and lentils to help them cook a bit more quickly. Thanks so much for following along, Megan!

  4. This looks incredible- I have massive food envy now! Definitely something I’ll be trying soon!

  5. Your salad looks amazing and pretty simple to throw together. I think I’ll pin it for one of those days when I’m really wanting to try something new!

    • Thanks Tamara! It’s a great meal for those days you really don’t feel like cooking, but want something a little different. Let me know if you try it!

  6. Delicious!! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Great recipe and it looks so healthy too! Safe travels!

  8. This salad looks delicious! Richard is allergic to onions, depending on the recipe we often substitute leek or celery. For this salad I’m not sure what the best alternative is, any suggestions?

    • Allergic to onions! That would be so tough for cooking, though I guess you get used to it! I think leeks would be great and celery could work as well, though I don’t like celery myself, so I can’t say for sure. It would add that crunch, though! If he can have shallots or green onions, that would work, too.

  9. Charlotte’s mother posting here…tried the curried couscous salad this evening and “Younger Sister” and I are definite fans! I did use a little less than the recommended amount of curry – our taste buds are hesitant with that spice – but that was it. We thought we’d best try this while Charlotte’s dad is out of town with her on their annual AZ trip. He’d be asking where the meat was! Yes, a burden with which I must live. πŸ™‚ *sigh* Truly enjoy your website and appreciate the the time and effort you put into sharing your travels with us. Many thanks.

    • Hi Jean! I’m so glad that you gave it a try and enjoyed it! This makes me so happy. When I meet your husband some day, I’ll whip up some meals that will make him forget the meat! πŸ˜‰ Thanks so much for following along and trying out my recipes.

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