Super easy and fast. I added a dash of Cayenne pepper and replaced parsley with cilantro for a twist.
Salmon with Toasted Israeli Couscous
From EatingWell: November/December 2012
You need only one skillet for this meal of wild salmon fillets and Israeli couscous pilaf. For added fiber, look for Israeli couscous made with whole-wheat flour. Serve with roasted carrots and broccoli with cumin.
3 Reviews for Salmon with Toasted Israeli Couscous
This one is in the rotation. Quick, easy, d-lish, fish!
Loved this recipe. Nice presentation on the plate with the various colors and textures. Served it with steamed broccoli (fresh from my garden) and preserved dilly beans and made a complete meal that was satisfying. I like the one pot meal, and the pistachios added some nice flavor and chewiness. I will make this again.