This is a beautiful and delicious Greek salad recipe. If you’ve never tried Israeli couscous before, it’s a bit like a small round and chewy pasta (it cooks just like pasta, if fact).

israelicouscoussalad

If you can’t find Israeli couscous, you can substitute regular couscous (you can use the same 1 1/2 cups of regular couscous, but steam it by adding it to 3 cups boiled water, turn off the heat, cover, and let sit until all the water is absorbed).

And if you avoid wheat/gluten, you can try this salad with cooked quinoa or millet instead.

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One Comment

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    galilee weldon — June 9, 2010 @ 8:51 am

    Just discovered Israeli couscous. I LOVE it. Your recipe looks super delicious and I am planning to make it for a family get together tonight. Thank you for putting it out there

    (mrs.) Galilee Weldon