Little Kitchen Recipe: Jewelled Moroccan Couscous

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With summer setting in, we all seem to develop a new consciousness regarding what we eat. Warm evenings call for something different and refreshing by nature: light, simple and quick. Little Kitchen have knocked up exactly what’s needed – their jewelled Moroccan couscous is the ideal accompaniment to summer dining. 


110g Couscous

120ml Boiling Water

1 tbsp Olive Oil

1/4 tsp Cinnamon

1/4 tsp Cumin

2 tsp Pomegranate Molasses

1/4 Small Red Onion, Finely Chopped

1 tsp Fresh Chopped Coriander (Stalks & Leaves)

1 tsp Fresh Chopped Mint Leaves

1/4 Pomegranate Seeds

2 tsp Flaked Almonds

2 Small Dried Apricots, Finely Chopped

The Good Bit

1. Fry off the spices with the oil in a hot frying pan for 30 seconds.

2. Take of the heat and add the molasses.

3. Stir into the couscous

4. Add the remaining ingredients and stir to combine.

Simple as! This recipe should serve two and is the perfect accompaniment with fresh grilled mackerel or Avocado Please‘s carrot and fennel balls.

Cooking up a storm? Drop us a tweet with #wrigglerecipe to show us your culinary skills & your recipe could be featured next on our blog!

Image Taken by Jimmy Image

Image Taken by Jimmy Image

Whether you’re a beginner or consider yourself a figurehead of home-cooking, Little Kitchen is a great place to learn some fantastic skills: crafting your own pizzas, developing some street food cuisine or creating an icing masterpiece at one of their icing art classes, there’s that little something for everyone. They also offer classes for Children, which is a great way to spark an interest in fresh food and cooking from scratch. Keep an eye on Wriggle for upcoming opportunities and more exciting stuff at restaurants in Bristol and restaurants in Brighton!

To find out more about Little Kitchen, head on over to their website, give them the thumbs up on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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