Summer Garden Couscous Salad
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Really good salad. I might leave the corn out next time, but with or without, it was really good. Didn’t have fresh corn so I used frozen, and cooked in the microwave for a couple of minutes. I had leftover couscous that had been cooked in chicken broth. Used a yellow onion instead of red because that’s what I had. I didn’t have small tomatoes so I just diced up a couple of tomatoes. Was perfect. Next time, I might add avocado.
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This is a wonderful tasting salad. My husband and I both enjoyed it When making again however I would increase the dressing by half as we found it a little dry the next day.
I'll just add my five stars to the list! This is outstanding and something I will be taking to the next potluck! I made it for dinner, but keep grabbing a spoon and taking a bite! My SIL has a hard time with onions, so I mixed it all up with out the onion, took some out, then added the onion. It's great both ways!
There is a reason why everyone gives this recipe 5 stars…it is really, really good.
This recipe is really really good. Every time I make it everyone LOVES it. I double the garlic and use a little more onion. However, recently I switched over to the Paleo diet and this recipe is amazing with cauliflower instead of couscous. Great recipe everyone will enjoy.
This is sooooooo good!!! Wonderful flavor, good the next day. Perfect for summertime barbecue!
I made this salad using fresh corn, cucumber, and yellow cherries from my garden. My corn was so sweet that I shirked away from boiling it. So, I added the uncooked kernals right from the cobs and am pleased with the outcome. The salad is light and refreshing and works great as a main lunch course or a dinner side dish.