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Tangy Courgette Couscous

Tangy Courgette CouscousI picked up some lovely little courgettes from the farm shop today and decided to make this summery couscous salad, perfect for lunchboxes or barbeque's.


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Tangy Courgette Couscous
A lovely light summer lunch
Ingredients
  • 300g Couscous
  • 2 Courgettes, sliced and griddled
  • 100g Feta, crumbled
  • Juice of 1 Lemon
  • handful Parsely, chopped
  • 2 TBSP Olive Oil
  • Salt and Pepper
Instructions
Cook couscous in water or stock according to packet instructions.Add all other ingredients and refrigerate until needed
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 8




Comments

  1. This is absolutely gorgeous! a perfect summery combination of flavours. thanks for the lovely entry!

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  2. I've been making zucchini dishes all week, thanks to a generous neighbor. I'll make this when he drops off more.

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  3. I am a huge couscous fan, and this looks like a great way to eat it. I just joined Daring Bakers for next month, so I will see you around there. Looks like you did great on your first challenge!

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  4. couscous is so fun (and tasty, too)! this is a terrifically healthy and hearty summer dish that i plan to make just as soon as i get some zucchini/courgettes out of my little garden. :)

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  5. yum! unlike everyone else in my family, I love couscous and am always looking for new recipes to try.

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  6. I love zucchini and couscous!

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  7. Looks so healthy and delicious! Perfect for the summer! Couscous is really great stuff and so versatile!

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  8. What a great combination - I'll definitely be remembering this one!

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  9. Oh yum, another delicious way to use up those zucchini that keep sneaking their way into my market bag :)

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