This recipe for Whole Wheat Couscous with Corn and Blue Cheese is a perfect example of how easy it is to incorporate ingredients like fresh sweet corn, fresh thyme, green onions and tangy blue cheese, into Hodgson Mill Couscous with Milled Flax Seed and Soy, to make the perfect side dish for any meal. Read More »
I think part of the reason this recipe went over so well is because I used Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Couscous with Milled Flax Seed and Soy. The added flax and soy give the couscous a little more texture, not to mention the added health benefits. Foods that are mushy, like avocados, are not my husband’s favorites. So I wanted to make sure I packed this dish with as much flavor and crunch as possible. Onions, garlic, fresh chives and lemon get things off to a great start and sweet peas and toasted sliced almonds finish things up with bright color and the little bit of extra crunch I was looking for. Read More »
Let me tell you, this light, spicy and warming Moroccan vegetable stew is worth the investment in all the interesting and tasty spices it uses. Tender chunks of butternut squash, potato, sweet pear, and chickpea swim in a creamy tomato-yogurt sauce with rich, fragrant spices. I love how it’s complemented by the light, fluffy pearls of whole grain Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Couscous. They’re a perfect match.
This meal is the perfect balance of sweet and savory, and it’s utterly satisfying, as well as low-fat and packed with veggies. It’s perfect whether you’re into “Meatless Mondays” or are currently observing Lenten Fridays. Read More »
This pomegranate-spiced couscous recipe is wonderful. It’s filled with tart pomegranate seeds, sweet golden raisins, warm spices, a sprinkling of cilantro and nutritious Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Couscous. It’s bright, flavorful, good for you, and can be ready in five minutes. It pretty much checks off all the things I look for in a great recipe. I love to eat it for a light lunch or serve it as a side dish to go along with roasted chicken or pork tenderloin. Read More »