Spicy chicken salad with couscous
Spicy chicken salad with couscous

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To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have spicy chicken salad with couscous using 20 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Spicy chicken salad with couscous:
  1. Prepare Couscous
  2. Take 200 gr Couscous
  3. Make ready Parsley
  4. Prepare Baharat spices
  5. Prepare 2 yellow paprikas
  6. Prepare Can mais (140gr or 150gr)
  7. Make ready Salad
  8. Take Iceberg lettuce
  9. Make ready 1 Cumcumber
  10. Get 1 Shallot
  11. Prepare Sweet chili sauce
  12. Get Lemon juice
  13. Get Salt
  14. Get Chicken
  15. Get 300 gr chicken
  16. Take Harissa
  17. Make ready 1 pc Garlic
  18. Take Other
  19. Take Olive oil
  20. Get (optional) Pumpkin seeds

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Instructions to make Spicy chicken salad with couscous:
  1. Set everything up
  2. Cut the paprikas in pieces and put the couscous in a large enough bowl.
  3. Add 2 tbsp of olive oil and pour 200gr of boiled salted water in the bowl of couscous. Let it rest for 3 mins so that the couscous gets soaked with the water. Then use a fork to loosen the couscous up.
  4. Pour some olive oil in a skillet and add the couscous in a skillet when hot enough. Add some parsley and baharat spices in it. Stir it so that the spices and couscous are mixed good. Then add the paprika and mais. Let it cook for a bit and stir regularly.
  5. Next up is the cumcumber… Take off the skin and scrape the cumcumber in small slices. Put some salt on it and mix it with some chilli sauce and add a small amount of lemon juice in it. After that is done… Add the iceberg lettuce and couscous to it. Then cut the shallot in small pieces and put that in. Cut the red pepper in half and take the seeds out. Cut it then in small pieces and add it to the mix.
  6. The final step is the chicken… First put 2tbsp of harissa in you cup and press one piece of garlic in it and 1tbsp of olive oil. Stir it and then smear it on the chicken. Then it is ready for the grill.
  7. After grilling it, it is time to setup the plate and… Bon appetit!
  8. (Optional) Garnish the dish with some pumpkin seeds.

Use up leftover roast chicken in this simple and healthy chicken salad. Put the couscous in a bowl and pour over some boiling water (it should cover the grains by a couple of centimetres or so). Israeli Couscous Salad with Feta, Chickpeas, and Herbs. While serving this sweet and spicy chicken over couscous is technically optional, it's well worth it because. Photograph: Franck Allais and Ed Johns for the Guardian.

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