Giant couscous, originally known as ptitim and sometimes called Isreali couscous or pearl couscous. Because of its large size, it has a slightly chewy, al dente texture.
Did you know? Ever wondered what the difference is between pasta and couscous? Well with pasta, you cook it in water that absorbs nutrients then you throw the water away. Giant couscous absorbs all the water, so you eat all the nutrients.
- Cook with water or vegetable broth
- Use it anywhere you would use pasta, quinoa or rice
- Serve as a side dish to cooked meat
- Stir in a spoonful of pesto and roasted vegetables
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STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. USE WITHIN BEST BEFORE DATE.