Israeli couscous, also known as Jerusalem couscous or pearl couscous, is a type of pasta with grains about the size of small pearls. It is made from wheat flour and semolina and has a ball-like shape. The taste of Israeli couscous is subtly nutty and almost buttery, while the consistency would best be described as soft and chewy. Israeli couscous tastes great with added nuts, seeds and diced dried fruits and goes well as a base or side in many recipes, absorbing surrounding sauces and herbs very effectively. It is rich in carbohydrates so will keep you nice and full for extended periods of time.
INGREDIENTS; Semonlina Durum Wheat, Treated Water
Store in a cool, dry place