Couscous with gorgeous green veggies (Vegan). This Israeli Couscous with Veggies is PACKED with nutritious and colorful veggies, making it a perfect side to any main dish. Please note that different vegetable broth brands can make this dish turn a different color. I've used Trader Joe's unsalted vegetable broth which produces a darker color.
Vegetarian Couscous With Apple And Green BeansOh My Dish. These simple yet delicious couscous with roasted vegetables makes for a perfect side dish but can Zucchini and asparagus are stirred into the starchy couscous after being roasted to perfection. Place all your chopped veggies on a baking tray and spread. You can cook Couscous with gorgeous green veggies (Vegan) using 5 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Couscous with gorgeous green veggies (Vegan)
- You need 100 g of green peas.
- Prepare 100 g of brussels sprouts.
- It’s 8 pieces of green asparagus.
- It’s 100 g of couscous.
- It’s of Some salt.
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Couscous with gorgeous green veggies (Vegan) instructions
- Cook the brussels sprouts and green peas in salted water, when they are almost ready, add the peeled asparagus, first the stems only, lastly the heads too.
- Pour some of the hot cooking water on the couscous and cover it for 5 minutes then stir it and mix the veggies in.
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