What is couscous? Despite popular belief, couscous is a pasta, not a grain. Couscous is made of semolina and wheat flour that is steamed. Couscous is a staple in North African cooking and several variations and recipes exist that infuse a host of ingredients. It is most popular in the Maghreb, a region of North Africa that includes Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco.
Couscous is typically served with a hot, robust soup or stew poured over it, or as a hearty addition to salads.
– Made with durum wheat semolina and water
– Non GMO
– Contains wheat
– Vacuum Packed
– Product of Italy