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Cook the couscous and set aside. In a large skillet, warm the sesame oil on low-medium heat. Add all of the veggies, spices, and sugar and cook until they have reached the desired tenderness for your particular taste.

Add the diced pistachios and cook for another 4 minutes. Over medium-high heat, saute the red onion and garlic in a ¼ cup of low sodium vegetable broth until soft. Add in and saute chopped zucchini, chili peppers and red bell peppers. Couscous has to be one of the most underrated ingredients in the kitchen.

Made from semolina wheat, couscous is nutty, sweet, and versatile — it also happens to be incredibly quick-cooking.You’re likely most familiar with regular couscous, which is tiny and granular, but Israeli (or pearl) couscous has also gained popularity over the years. It’s larger in size (indeed pearl-like), with a. Stir fry for 2 to 3 minutes until they begin to soften. Add the sliced zucchini and broccoli florets to the skillet.

Stir fry everything for about 2 to 3 minutes, until the vegetables begin to soften. Lastly add the baby corn and sauce. You can enjoy your veggie stir fry as-is, or over rice. Sauté: In a wok or large skillet add 1 Tablespoon olive oil over medium high heat. Add bell pepper, peas, carrots, mushrooms, broccoli, baby corn, and water chestnuts.

Sauté 2-3 minutes until. Thai-Style Stir-Fried Chicken Recipe Packed with veggies and delicious flavors like coconut, lime and curry, this meal is a cinch to prepare and will surely become a family favorite. And at only 271 calories per serving, there’s no better reason for staying in and enjoying a meal at home.

For fast, filling and flavourful weeknight meals, turn to one of these stellar stir-fry recipes. From a lightened-up version of fried rice made with cauliflower to a spicy-sweet Kung Pao chicken. Dozens of top-rated chicken stir-fry recipes for quick, easy, and healthy dinners. Staff Picks Chicken Stir-Fry Rating: Unrated 884 A quick and easy dish to prepare, this chicken stir-fry is packed with veggies.

Try adding bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, snap peas, or any of your favorite vegetables. Pour in 100ml boiling water, stiring with a small metal spoon. Pour over the couscous, and give a quick stir so the couscous is spread evenly through the stock.

This will help it soak in better. Leave for 5 to 10 mins, depending on your couscous, but stir again after about 3 mins. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in large skillet to medium, high heat. Add the chicken, veggies, garlic, and spices.

Cook for 8-10 minutes, stirring occasionally until the veggies are soft and tender and the chicken is golden and cooked through.

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Add the water, couscous, and chickfor 5 minutes.

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Taste the couscous and add salt if necessary.

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Stir in couscous and cook for 30 seconds.

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Fluff couscous with fork, stir in remaining ½ teaspoon lemon zest, and season with salt and pepper to taste.

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Stir in couscous and cook until lightly toasted, 1 to 2 minutes.

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Add the couscous and stir until the grains are coated with butter.

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Stir in 1 teaspoon salt and the couscous.

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  • Sam my question is the asparagus would not be just as good if he had just been boiled in water for 5 minutes instead of using the foil in the microwave?

  • I tried this and it was wonderful!! Instantly subscribed! Usually when I try a recipe from online, it almost always does not taste as good as it looks. This however, was really flavourful and delicious! Thank you!

  • This is the first time I’ve made couscous from scratch, I normally buy the ones in packets, just adding water, but this will be my go to couscous recipe. Love it, I added a few prunes and apricots and it was a great addition

  • Oh that’s amazing! I tried many times to use Cauliflower rice instead of cous cous. I’ll give a try with those great ingredients! Thanks a lot!!!

  • Made this today but didnt have almond flakes so used pumpkin seeds delicious. Thank you from Scotland. Going to have the rest tomorrow with baked salmon!

  • Thanks for the recipe… however it was bland. I would reccomend adding more garlic and ABSOLUTELY adding salt to the spice blend before the cous cous. Someone suggested frying the spices first which is what i will do next time. The duration and time recommendded for the roast veg was not long enough or hot enough, plus the seasoning was bland. I think grilling them would be tastier. Adding the lemon afterwards too is essential.

  • This looks like the stir fried rice I just made tonight, yummy recipe! This definitely looks like the breakfast version, thumbs up! Make sure to swing by my channel when you get the chance and watch my newest video recipes and food reviews! Happy Friday!!

  • I made it today with a little adjustments and it was honestly so delicious and flavourful. Love the blend of spices, thanks so much for sharing!

  • SJezus! What the hell’s the hurry????? You do realize people are trying to cook while freeze framing your stupid Chinese Fire Drill!

  • A-ma-zing! Adjusted the ingredient list a bit to my student budget and it is still by far the best meal I made since I have been living on my own. And that is for 2 years already! U guys make it so much fun to be on this plant-based adventure 😉

  • I’ve never seen this method of making couscous. Tunisians steam couscous and we add cooking water or stock to the couscous to give it flavour. Also using it to make a stir fry reminds me of how in Peru they use quinoa for a egg fried rice type dish called ‘chaufa de quinua’.

  • Loving your recipes recently, but could you keep the info on how long to roast things on the screen for a little longer it’s hard to read them in time!

  • I really enjoy your videos, they are truly healthy and easy!!
    Please subscribe to my lifestyle type channel if you would like, thanks in advance!