Allow beautiful large pearls of couscous to stand out in this meal-prep-friendly salad. With just a few rough-cut vegetables and an olive oil-based dressing, this salad is perfect for picnics, BBQs, and potlucks – enjoy room temperature!
This salad is exploding with color and unique flavors. Steamed couscous is tossed with roasted sweet potato, kale, corn, and pomegranate seeds. Each bite is an explosion of flavor and texture – so delicious!
Pull out the Instant Pot for this hands-off couscous and lentil salad recipe. Allow the grains and legumes to cook, then toss them with an assortment of fresh toppings, including a generous serving of dill! So bright and filling!
Combine fluffy and flavorful whole wheat couscous with protein-rich scrambled tofu for a hearty and satiating breakfast bowl to start your day! The soft grain and buttery tofu go best topped with an assortment of fun textures and bright flavors, an easily customizable recipe everyone will enjoy!
Expertly spiced for a nice BBQ flavor, these hearty burgers are ready for your next grill night. These protein-rich and deliciously textured patties are made with wholesome ingredients. Impress your friends and family!
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this elegant fruity, and nutty couscous. The grain is steamed in a bath of plant-based milk and agave for a creamy and sweet flavor that goes so well with berries and pistachios – so unique!
This Israeli-inspired couscous salad made with a burnt citrus dressing is so exotic. Full of tantalizing flavors and aromas, this sweet yet savory dish is expertly balanced and goes excellent with various mains.
Nothing wows a table like a colorful and edible centerpiece. These beautiful stuffed delicata squash are equally beautiful as they are tasty. A great dish for holidays and special occasions, with layers of flavor and yummy textures!
Enjoy unleashing the spice cabinet and inviting unusual ingredients into the kitchen for this Moroccan-inspired couscous. A combination of dried fruits, slivered nuts, and chickpeas dot this well-seasoned and deliciously aromatic dish. Enjoy with bread!
Turn up the heat with this spicy Moroccan-inspired couscous dinner. Layers of flavors and ingredients create a beautiful main dish packed with chilis. Cool it down with a generous drizzle of tahini sauce.
Enjoy this fresh and fluffy couscous salad, a vegetable-dense dish that is nourishing and made with cucumber, tomatoes, black olive, bell pepper, and herbs. Finish with a flavorful drizzle of olive oil and lemon juice!
Rethink the meaning of a salad with this ultra-satisfying warm roasted vegetables and pearl couscous salad. Tossed with a creamy pesto dressing, this salad is so filling it can be enjoyed as a primary or side dish!
Invite a little salt and crunch to your couscous with this peanut and green onion salad. Toasted peanuts add a satisfying texture, while green onion offers a bright flavor that compliments the tender couscous perfectly!
The ideal salad for a foolproof no, fuss dinner. This minimalistic recipe uses easy-to-find, budget-friendly ingredients that are beginner friendly. With no special skills or ingredients needed, this feel-good meal is a winner!
A Moroccan-inspired dish that will fill your house with enchanting smells of the spice market. This couscous is packed with vegetables and loaded with aromatic spices. A one-pot creation that the whole family will enjoy.
Change the way you think about couscous with this delightful dessert bowl. Sweet steamed couscous pairs delectably with fresh fruit and stewed compote. A garnish of toasted nuts adds the perfect amount of crunch to the dish – yummy!
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.