Whole-Wheat Couscous with Parmesan & Peas

December 2005/January 2006

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Couscous, which is actually a type of tiny pasta, makes an almost-instant side dish. Happily, the whole-wheat variety is just as fast to prepare as regular couscous. Lemon zest is a delicious accent to nutty Parmesan in this Italian-inspired couscous.

"Absolutely WONDERFUL! Having only discovered couscous in the last year or so, I am a BIG fan of this unique ingredient. And pairing it with lemon? GREAT! Served this recipe tonight with a dry-aged t-bone steak, using the tri-color...
Whole-Wheat Couscous with Parmesan & Peas

10 Reviews for Whole-Wheat Couscous with Parmesan & Peas


Yum! My hubby and I couldn't stop eating it, and it was something my 9 month old could share a little of too!


Great recipe. I used a scant cup of couscous, because it was all that was left in the package, but used the full amount of liquid, because I had already measured it, and that lent the recipe a nice risotto-like texture. I added 4 oz of cooked, shredded turkey and 2 carrots, sliced into rounds and steamed, to make it a one pot meal. Definitely will be making this one again.


This recipe is very easy, healthy and tasty! I easily found whole wheat couscous by Fantastic in my grocery store. I had to substitute 1Tbls of dried dill for 2 Tbls of fresh. My husband and my ever so selective 17 year old approved and asked for more!
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I could not find whole-wheat couscous at the regular grocery store, and so used regular and this recipe was very delicious. Hard to believe it is healthy! I am going to pick up some whole-wheat couscous at the co-op and keep this one in my regular rotation.


This recipe was not only filling, but very tasty. I will add just a bit more chicken broth next time because it was a bit too sticky for my taste, but it is delicious.


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