Ainsley Harriott Cous Cous Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Ainsley Harriott / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... Symingtons to produce a range of quick and easy to cook meals. Couscous is just part of the Ainsley Harriott product range, ... more
by - written on 28/09/13 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Since starting my healthier eating regime, I have been trying to find some different foods to have at lunchtime. I had made some soups, and curries, chicken salads, and even stir-fry vegetables with noodles. One of my friends had suggested that I try Couscous, I had tried it before but it was years ago and I wasn't too keen on it back then, it tasted quite bland. I was browsing around my local Asda, when I saw 'Ainsley Harriott Cousous', there were a few different flavours on the shelf and I opted for the chilli flavour (chilli makes everything taste great in my opinion). == What is it? == 'Ainsley Harriott Couscous' is part of the world kitchen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/12, updated on 29/07/12 (Very useful, 136 readings)
One of my most favourite foods is cous cous, I quite simply love the stuff. Usually I have just plain cous cous as a meal accompaniment and I really enjoy it but I have had the odd Ainsley Harriot offering and so when I spotted a range of his cous cous's in my local B & M store I picked up a couple in each flavour and the one I have just eaten and so am reviewing here, now is the lemon, mint & parsley cous cous. The Packaging: This comes in a silver foil sachet that is black on the outside of it with a photograph of the cous cous on the front made up and a picture of Ainsley Harriot and in white and bright green writing we are told that it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Cous Cous originates from North Africa and is made from semolina flour. It looks a bit like rice but has fewer calories and although filling i find it less bloating than rice and with less than 2% fat it is pretty healthy. Cous Cous is also very versatile as it can be eaten hot or cold, on its own as a snack or for lunch, or as a side dish at tea time. It goes with most things: potatoes, meat, fish and vegetables. It is either sold plain or in different flavours. Ainsley Harriott is a chef and well known television personality. His packs of cous cous can be found in most supermarkets and are suitable for vegetarians. A full list of ingredient ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10, updated on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 349 readings)
I will be reviewing Ainsley Harriott's "Spice Sensation" Cous Cous. A couple of years ago I had never tasted and eaten cous cous. It was one of those food types that I assumed only the extremely healthly ate due possibly to its nutritional benefits, or calorie content (not that I really had any idea!). It wasn't the type of food I got bought up on, with my parents favouring very traditional British food. However, after being pursuaded into trying it by my partner whilst I was on a diet, I came to realise how versatile and geat cous cous could be! I have tried a few variations of cous cous in terms of flavourings, from plain unflavoured ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/09 (Very useful, 225 readings)
While walking around the supermarket lately I've noticed that I keep bumping into Ainsley Harriott ( well not literally!!) as he seemed to be very popular a few years back when he was on the telly all the time with his cooking programmes like Ready, Steady, Cook and Can't Cook Won't Cook. I believe he is still making Ready Steady Cook and is in fact just finished recording his new series for 2009/2010 which will be his fifteenith year in the limelight of TV. He did start of as being the Head Chef of the Long Room at Lords Cricket Ground many, many years ago and certainly knows a thing or two about cooking. So when you see his face on any products you can ... Read the complete review
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