We're always on the hunt for big flavours we can take further. Like this Moroccan-inspired fruity cous cous that we've made with apple, tomato, sunflower seeds, apricots, cumin and mint. Why not try with our Salmon fillets recipe?
Dried Cous Cous [Durum WHEAT Semolina], Apple, Tomato Powder, Natural Flavourings (contain BARLEY), Maltodextrin, Sunflower Seeds, Tomato, Onion Powder, Sugar, Palm Oil, Apricots [Apricots, Rice Flour, Preservative: SULPHUR DIOXIDE], Ground Cumin, Mint, Salt, Garlic Powder, Dried Coriander, Chilli Powder.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in BOLD.
|Typical values||Per 100g||Per serving 130g|
|Energy||575kJ/ 136kcal||747kJ/ 177kcal|
Over the centuries Morocco has been a melting pot of cultures, as a trading point between Africa and Europe. Most will know Morocco for its couscous, but there's a lot more to the flavours of this colourful country. The cuisine makes extensive use of locally sourced spices as well as imported flavours, bringing colour and vibrancy to its dishes.