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This traditional North African couscous complements the spicy Merguez sausages perfectly. Quick and easy to prepare, this recipe can be modified to suit your own tastes, so feel free to experiment with your preferred vegetables. The Merguez sausages taste great when cooked on a barbeque, and the couscous is an excellent accompaniment. Merguez sausages can be either lamb or beef, and both taste great with this recipe. This is one of our quick and easy suggestions, all of our other dishes can be accused from the Recipe Directory.
Preparation Time - 10 Minutes
Couscous Cooking Time - 10 to 15 Minutes
4-6 Servings 400g Couscous 650ml Water
6-8 Merguez sausages (beef or lamb)
2 Medium peppers
1 Medium sized courgette
10 Cherry tomatoes
Good quality stock - a third of a litre - If not, two stock cubes
1 Small white onion - peeled and finely chopped
3 Cloves of garlic - peeled and finely chopped
Half a red onion - peeled and sliced into rings
4 Tablespoons of olive oil
1 Teaspoon of paprika
2 Tablespoons of passata
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