Couscous

Couscous (s or s; Arabic: كسكس, kuskus or كسكسي kuskusi, Berber: ⵙⴽⵙⵓ, seksu) is a traditional Maghrebian dish of semolina (granules of durum wheat) which is cooked by steaming. It is traditionally served with a meat or vegetable stew spooned over it. Couscous is a staple food throughout the North African cuisines of Morocco, Alge...
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Couscous

• (n.) A kind of food used by the natives of Western Africa, made of millet flour with flesh, and leaves of the baobab; -- called also lalo.
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couscous

(KOOS-koos) - It is a French term that comes from the Arabic word kuskus, which in turn evolved from another Arabic word, kaskas, meaning "to pound, to make small." It is the national dish of Morocco. There are a number of recipes for couscous, which vary from one part of the world to another. It basically is a dish consisting of tiny pe...
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Couscous

(Vegetarian) pellet made from semolina flour, which is made from steamed, dried and crushed durum wheat. Common in North African dishes.
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couscous

noun a pasta made in northern Africa of crushed and steamed semolina
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Couscous

Cous'cous` noun A kind of food used by the natives of Western Africa, made of millet flour with flesh, and leaves of the baobab; -- called also lalo .
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couscous

a pasta made in northern Africa of crushed and steamed semolina
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Couscous

A pasta which is formed into tiny pellets through a process called palming being made from semolina ( a flour made from Durum wheat). The name couscous also refers to the famous Maghreb dish in which semolina or cracked wheat is steamed over a spicy lamb stew with various vegetables, chickpeas and raisins, by being placed in the perforated top part...
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Couscous

Couscous is a form of semolina. Traditionally couscous is served in Morocco steamed in a large shallow dish, with a meat and vegetable stew poured over it and eaten as a communal dish shared among family and friends.
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Couscous

granules of semolina, or hard wheat flour; also refers to a hearty North African dish that includes the steamed grain, broth, vegetables, meats, hot sauce, and sometimes chickpeas and raisins.
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couscous

North African dish of semolina and accompanying foods. The semolina grains (the endosperm of Durum wheat) are prepared in a couscousière, a large ... [2 related articles]
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Couscous

Small pellets ( grains )of semolina flour that are steamed until tender and sauced with a rich meat, fish, or vegetable stew.
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couscous

[n] - a spicy dish that originated in North Africa 2. [n] - a North Africa pasta made of crushed and steamed semolina
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