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Bowl of East Indian inspired spiced cous cous
East Indian inspired spiced cous cous

East Indian inspired spiced cous cous

  • Description

    We look for the biggest flavours we can find before making them our own. Like this warming cous cous recipe – created using our favourite blend of fragrant East Indian spices. Why not try with… Tandoori chicken and a dollop ofmint yoghurt?

  • Preparation instructions
    1. Place the contents of this sachet into a bowl.
    2. Add 160ml of boiling water and stir well.
    3. Leave to stand for 3-5 minutes to absorb all water.
    4. Fluff with a fork to separate grains. Serve immediately.
  • Ingredients

    Dried Cous Cous [Durum WHEAT Semolina], Onion, Carrot, Sunflower Seeds, Natural Flavourings (contain WHEAT),Tomato, Palm Oil, Salt, Maltodextrin, Dried Herbs (Parsley, Coriander), Carrot Powder, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Chilli Powder.

    For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in BOLD.

  • Nutrition information
    Typical valuesPer 100gPer serving 130g
    Energy - KJ 578kJ 751kJ
    Energy - Kcal 137Kcal 178Kcal
    Fat 1.6g 2.1g
    Saturates 0.4g 0.5g
    Carbohydrate 24.6g 32g
    Sugars 2.5g 3.3g
    Fibre 1.9g 2.4g
    Protein 5.0g 6.6g
    Salt 0.48g 0.62g
Suitable for vegetarians icon No artificial colours or preservatives icon Low fat icon Low saturated fat icon

East India

Indian foods are influenced by religious tradition and choices, as well as being localised by regional and seasonal ingredients. On the whole, meals consist of smaller dishes used to combine flavours with each bite, spices vibrantly colour each plate.

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