This Trader Joe’s couscous made from whole what durum is an incredibly versatile alternative to pasta or rice, is super easy to cook in 5 minutes, and is priced at just $1.99. Couscous is a really common Moroccan dish that’s found in a lot of places in the Middle East, and it’s easy to see why. It soaks up flavors and sauces amazingly well, is easy to make, and contains a good amount of protein and fiber. And as a nice added bonus, it is relatively low carb.
- 160 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 17.6 oz
- 4 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein per serving
Whole Wheat Couscous from Trader Joe’s
Trader Joe’s couscous is one of those items you keep in your pantry at all times for when you need a hearty and healthy side dish or bed for a delicious protein you are cooking. If there’s any rich or indulgent sauce, glaze or drippings from meat, couscous should be around to soak up all the flavor! What is everyone’s favorite couscous recipe or foods to pair this with? I wonder how people compare the taste of this to non whole wheat couscous. If you haven’t tried couscous yet you may as well give this a try next time you were going to reach for pasta or rice as a side. You can even microwave this if you are super lazy and it still comes out pretty tasty. And if you can’t make it out to Trader Joe’s, check out these items….
– Baron’s Original Israeli Couscous Toasted Pasta | 100% Natural Pearled Noodles for Salads, Soups & Side Dishes | Cooks in 10 Minutes! | Kosher| 2 Pack 21.16oz Jars
– Trader Joes Cous Cous 17.6 oz 2 Pack
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