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This Moroccan style salad can be serve as breakfast, lunch or dessert. Kids love it for the sweet taste. It make this salad welcome for school lunch box too!
Ingredientsfor 4 serves
- 1 cup dry couscous, or 4 cups cooked couscous
- 1 kg pumpkin, peeled and cubed
- 1 sweet orange, peeled and devided to segments
- 50 g raisins or dried currants or dried cranberries
- a handful of fresh mint leaves
- 3 Tbs of maple syrup or honey
- 3 Tbs Extra Virgin Olive oil
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- pinch of salt
- pinch of cayenne pepper
Preheat the oven up to 200C.
Put the pumpkin into a baking dish, drizzle with olive oil and mix well. Seal the foil over baking dish and make a couple of holes in the foil with a sharp knife to go out steam. Bake in the oven for half an hour, or until soft and tender. Set aside to cool.
Meanwhile prepare couscous follow the package instructions.
I used instant couscous. This is couscous that has already been steamed and dried for us. It only needs to be mixed with boiling water and allowed to sit undisturbed for a few minutes before being ready to eat.
A cup of couscous (I use a measuring cup 235 ml), pour into the pan with a lid, pour a cup of boiling water ( ratio of one to one). Add a pinch of salt, a tablespoon of olive oil (can substitute for butter), gently stir, cover with a lid and leave for 5 minutes. Gently break apart and fluff the cooked couscous with a fork.
Place the couscous, pumpkin, raisins, orange segments and chopped mint leaves in a large bowl. Combine the maple syrup, remaining olive oil, cinnamon, salt and pepper. Mix well with a whisk. Pour it over the couscous and toss gently to combine. Serve warm or chill. Enjoy!