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Pumkin and Orange aromatized Cous cous

Ingredients for 4 servings: 300 grs of pumkin, 1/4 of a liter of fresh water, 1 fresh orange juice, 1 onion, 1 teaspoon of dry sage leaves, salt, olive oil, 250 grs of cous cous, some pumkin chips and maldon salt.

  • Prepare a big flat pot with the water, the orange juice 3 table spoons of olive oil and some salt. Bring to boil and add the cous cous outside the heat. Stir for some seconds. Let it rest. You can also follow your package instructions.
  • Pour 4 table spoons of olive oil in a pot, add the sage and simmer at low heat for 1 minute. Strain and use that olive oil to cook the pumkin cut in dices and the onion. When tender, reserve. Use a food blender or a processor and get a puree out of it. Taste and add salt to fit your taste.
  • Fry the pumkin chips in olive oil. Place over kitchen paper to leave there the oil and pour maldon salt on top of them.
  • Mix the pumkin puree with the cous cous. Shape it and place the chips aside.



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10/14/2008 · 18:18 h by Ivy

Do you believe I never made cous cous before. Must try this.

10/14/2008 · 19:27 h by FOODalogue: Meandering Meals and Travels

mmm…pumpkin chips. Now that’s something I could get used to.

10/15/2008 · 9:23 h by Núria

Do you believe Ivy, that this was my first time? ;D

Hola Joan! Great taste but too oily.

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