Find recipes for warm or cold nutritious couscous salads for a fabulous packed lunch or light supper. Find prawn couscous salads, chicken, Moroccan and more. Cool couscous salads also make delicious picnic fare.
This is great for a party, with interesting textures and flavours combined in one delicious salad. Feel free to use vegetable stock if you want to make this a vegan dish. Leftovers store well refrigerated for several days.
This salad goes with simply prepared fish or meat. You can change the vegetables to your taste.
A perfect summer salad, couscous, tomatoes, basil and feta cheese are tossed together with balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Add chicken to make it a filling and healthy meal.
Just like Hawaiian pizza, this couscous salad is graced with ham and pineapple. Couscous is tossed with seasonings, onion, peas and pineapple in a Dijon-lemon dressing.
Wonderfully exotic and colourful, this vegetarian salad captures the flavours of ancient Persian cooking. Dates and sultanas are gently simmered with wine, spices and garlic, to flavour couscous, and then topped with roasted butternut and patty pan squashes, peppers and orange.
This is a bright, cheery salad with a real Mediterranean feel and flavour. Couscous is mixed with pale green flageolet beans, then tossed with fresh green beans, tomatoes and cucumber in a piquant dressing made with sun-dried tomatoes. Serve as a main course for a delightful summer lunch.
A fiery chicken dish bursting with flavour! Perfect served cold on summer days or warm on winter nights.
Couscous makes a brilliant base for a quick salad, as it only needs a brief soaking in hot stock (or water). Here it is combined with chickpeas, dates, oranges and pistachios for a Middle Eastern-style vegetarian dish.
A salad that tastes gorgeous. Couscous, fresh vegetables and rocket leaves, chicken and garlic herb salad dressing combine for a main dish salad.
This is a beautiful cold salad that's refreshing and delicious. Couscous is combined with lemon, cucumber, spring onions, parsley and basil, and served on a bed of cos lettuce.