Mexican Touch Chicken Tagine Couscous Casserole & Royal Blend Tea with Stevia Sweetened 70% Dark Almond Chocolate
Have you remembered the chicken tagine? Yes, this couscous casserole was made out of leftover makeover. It smelled very festive and tasted truly warming and catchy. I posted the original recipe 3 days back. Go for it!
I added chicken breast roast diced&shredded, chopped endives, two types of couscous, ground pepper, sweated shallot chops and 1ts paprika infused olive oil to the leftovers. Oven finished composition with 70g of cheese. In short, a good dose for one meal a day based IF periods.
Cauliflowers chopped were out in this batch, you could try. It will come out nicely. If you have a sweet tooth, go with some apple sauce. Perfectly great for these cold days.
I opt for a casserole dish which makes me use a knife and a fork, rather than smooth one. If you’d like to get a casserole melting in the mouth, nothing like a stuffing, you can cook for a while and mash veggies to your liking in the first place.
Using couscous could be not mandatory, but it will be a healthier way relatively. Semolina wheat mostly has an edge over bread crumbs. In a similar vein, I do use a mixture of fine couscous and Israeli couscous.
When it comes to other carb options, buttery and crispy pastry would pair well with this. Mini potpies, mini galettes and so on. The crispy thousand layer pancakes would be a very nice idea for yet healthier meal. A combination of orange and cardamom could be an idea for foodies who have a sweet tooth. But first, good reduction in an oven. And then, have your way. You could already get the point. It’s based on couscous leftover makeover recipes. The thing is, adjust the whole moisture content in your food. It practically holds all the aces, no exaggeration.
Even if there’s still some leftover in your pot, you still don’t need to worry. You could make samosas or nacho chip casserole. Using a hand blender, make all ingredients well mingled. In case of making samosas, I highly recommend reducing them. And then, use it for the basis of samosa filling. With other spice treat, make it flavorful at your pace.
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