Couscous is a grain product
Couscous consists of small grains made of wheat flour and water and is rich in carbohydrates and fiber. It is a healthy basis of a meal. Couscous is a traditional dish from North Africa. In the factory (durum) wheat and water are mixed and steamed. This creates couscous balls, which are then disassembled and dried. Since couscous is for sale in the Dutch supermarket, it is also a popular base. In the base there are a medium and fine type of couscous for sale, and also a quick cooking version where only boiling water has to be left and your couscous is ready. In traditional Moroccan families eaten on Friday, after visiting the mosque. Couscous is for a long time shelf life when it is kept cool, dry and dark. Prepared couscous must be placed in the fridge or freezer within 2 hours.
How is couscous made?