Couscous is a traditional North African dish based on wheat semolina. It can probably be regarded as the staple dish of most North African peoples and in some families it is served every day.
Couscous consists of granules of durum wheat and comes in either fine or medium calibres depending on the diameter of the grain. It is traditionally made from the hard part of the durum, the part of the grain that resisted the grinding of the millstone for wheat. It can also be made with other grains such as barley, millet, polenta, rice or corn kernels.
For the couscous:
For the stir-fry:
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