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Learn ten meals by heart (read all 2 entries…)

OK – so it’s not a meal in itself but I learnt yesterday how to make it really fluffy and light instead of the stodgy mush I normally get.

1. Soak in lukewarm water for ten or 15 minutes
2. Drain and put in a steamer – allow the steam to go fully through the couscous.

Really delicious.

Now I need to learn how to make Lamb Tagine to go with it!



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