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Chicken Couscous Salad With Dates And Walnuts

VIEWS 15

Energy (kcal) - 120

Protein (g) - 4

Carbohydrate (g) - 11

Fat (g) - 1.5

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Eating couscous provides you with a good source of lean, vegetarian protein. Choosing lean protein sources helps ensure you're meeting your daily protein needs without consuming excess fat. The fiber content in couscous is beneficial for weight management because it absorbs water and swells in your digestive tract helping you feel full. The health benefits of chicken include its good supply of protein content, the supply of essential vitamins and minerals, cholesterol control and blood pressure control, and the nuts in it are rich in energy, protein packed with antioxidants and much discussed omega-3 fatty acids.

INGREDIENTS:
  • Uncooked couscous - 30 g
  • Water - ½ cup
  • Low-fat buttermilk - 10 ml
  • Boneless chicken - 20 g
  • Walnuts, crushed - 1 tsp
  • Dates - 1 no.
  • Onion - 20 g
  • Cumin - ½ tsp
  • Garlic, chopped - 1 tsp
  • Black pepper - ½ tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Coriander, chopped - 2-3 leaves (1 tsp)
DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Bring ½ cup water to boil in a medium saucepan. Stir in couscous and cover the pan. Remove from heat; let couscous mixture stand, covered for 5 min.  Step 2 Combine buttermilk. Cumin, salt and black pepper in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk.  Step 3 Add couscous, boneless chicken, walnuts, garlic, coriander, dates, and onion, stir the mixture gently to combine.
  • Recipe Category:
  • Dalia Or Cous Cous
    Recipe Title:

    Chicken Couscous Salad With Dates And Walnuts

    Recipe Views:
    15
    Recipe Type:
    Non Veg
    Recipe Kcal:
    120

    Energy
    (kcal)

    4

    Protein
    (g)

    11

    Carbohydrate
    (g)

    1.5

    Fat
    (g)

    Khyati's
    Health-O-Meter Says:

    Eating couscous provides you with a good source of lean, vegetarian protein. Choosing lean protein sources helps ensure you're meeting your daily protein needs without consuming excess fat. The fiber content in couscous is beneficial for weight management because it absorbs water and swells in your digestive tract helping you feel full. The health benefits of chicken include its good supply of protein content, the supply of essential vitamins and minerals, cholesterol control and blood pressure control, and the nuts in it are rich in energy, protein packed with antioxidants and much discussed omega-3 fatty acids.

    INGREDIENTS:
    • Uncooked couscous - 30 g
    • Water - ½ cup
    • Low-fat buttermilk - 10 ml
    • Boneless chicken - 20 g
    • Walnuts, crushed - 1 tsp
    • Dates - 1 no.
    • Onion - 20 g
    • Cumin - ½ tsp
    • Garlic, chopped - 1 tsp
    • Black pepper - ½ tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Coriander, chopped - 2-3 leaves (1 tsp)
    DIRECTIONS:
    Step 1 Bring ½ cup water to boil in a medium saucepan. Stir in couscous and cover the pan. Remove from heat; let couscous mixture stand, covered for 5 min.  Step 2 Combine buttermilk. Cumin, salt and black pepper in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk.  Step 3 Add couscous, boneless chicken, walnuts, garlic, coriander, dates, and onion, stir the mixture gently to combine.
    Recipe Title: Chicken Couscous Salad With Dates And Walnuts
  • Recipe Category: Dalia Or Cous Cous
  • Recipe Views: 15
    Recipe Type: Non Veg
    Recipe Kcal:

    Energy 120 (kcal), Protein 4 (g), Carbohydrate 11 (g), fat 1.5 (g).





    Khyati's
    Health-O-Meter Says:

    Eating couscous provides you with a good source of lean, vegetarian protein. Choosing lean protein sources helps ensure you're meeting your daily protein needs without consuming excess fat. The fiber content in couscous is beneficial for weight management because it absorbs water and swells in your digestive tract helping you feel full. The health benefits of chicken include its good supply of protein content, the supply of essential vitamins and minerals, cholesterol control and blood pressure control, and the nuts in it are rich in energy, protein packed with antioxidants and much discussed omega-3 fatty acids.

    INGREDIENTS:
    • Uncooked couscous - 30 g
    • Water - ½ cup
    • Low-fat buttermilk - 10 ml
    • Boneless chicken - 20 g
    • Walnuts, crushed - 1 tsp
    • Dates - 1 no.
    • Onion - 20 g
    • Cumin - ½ tsp
    • Garlic, chopped - 1 tsp
    • Black pepper - ½ tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Coriander, chopped - 2-3 leaves (1 tsp)
    DIRECTIONS:
    Step 1 Bring ½ cup water to boil in a medium saucepan. Stir in couscous and cover the pan. Remove from heat; let couscous mixture stand, covered for 5 min.  Step 2 Combine buttermilk. Cumin, salt and black pepper in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk.  Step 3 Add couscous, boneless chicken, walnuts, garlic, coriander, dates, and onion, stir the mixture gently to combine.

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    Chicken Couscous Salad With Dates And Walnuts - BY KHYATI RUPANI

    10 FEB 2018
    VIEWS 15

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