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Moroccan mince and couscous

Moroccan mince and couscous

Wrap leftover silverbeet in dampened paper towels; store in vegetable crisper for up to 3 days. Use in pasta dishes, soups and stews. Note
Roasted vegetable couscous

Roasted vegetable couscous

This is a great dish for using up whatever vegetables you have on hand, including cooked leftovers. Roasted vegetable couscous makes a great lunch, or a delicious side at dinner.
moroccan lamb with couscous

Moroccan lamb with couscous

Give your family midweek meal with an exotic twist with this Moroccan lamb with couscous. The aromatic spices combined with a sprinkle of coriander just before serving give this dish its unique flavour.
Black-eyed beans, okra and kumara gumbo

Black-eyed beans, okra and kumara gumbo

One of the classic dishes of Louisiana, famous for creole and cajun cooking, gumbo takes its name from an African word for okra, without which this hearty vegetable stew would not be the same.

Char-grilled vegetable, chicken and couscous salad

This salad will keep for up to 2 days in the refrigerator. Pack yogurt and lemon wedges separately. You need about half a barbecued chicken. We used 2 x 280g jars of mixed char-grilled vegetables in oil (not the pickled variety); you can also buy marinated grilled vegetables from the delicatessen. Note
leg of lamb with couscous and eggplant puree

Leg of lamb with couscous and eggplant puree

Israeli couscous, also known as pearl couscous, is made of baked wheat rather than semolina (like the couscous from North Africa). Its granules are much larger (its size and shape is similar to a pearl) and it maintains its texture and firmness without sticking. It is available from most major supermarkets. Note