Morrisons Cous Cous Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Morrisons / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... It was purchased from Approved Foods at a reduced price as it was out of date but I don't think it is very expensive to buy. ... more
by - written on 08/10/11, updated on 08/10/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Cooking from scratch doesn't have to take ages, especially if you cheat a little by using a packet of couscous! Although it doesn't take any longer to prepare plain couscous, a packet of flavoured adds a bit more interest to the taste and is easy for people who don't like experimenting. My packet of Morrison's couscous is flavoured with mushroom and garlic and certainly went well with grilled gammon steaks and vegetables, and it was all cooked in 15 minutes. It was purchased from Approved Foods at a reduced price as it was out of date but I don't think it is very expensive to buy. The sachet has a picture of the finished product and a lot of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Morrisons Cous Cous Description: Manufacturer: Morrisons If you have read any of my earlier reviews (thank you so much, I really appreciate all reads, rates and comments!) then you are likely to already know that over the festive season, I put on a few pounds. Since then, I have been trying to lose them (successfully in case you are interested!) through a combination of healthy foods, exercise and also by avoiding snacking. Cous cous is low in fat (0.2g per 100g) and sugar (2.5g per 100g) and makes an excellent alternative to potatoes or rice (here are 362 calories per 100g) It can be eaten plain or mixed with loads of different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I love rice so I love cous cous too as I think thy are very similar in texture but not flavour as cous cous is not as tasty as rive unless you add flavour to it... Morrisons do their own cous cous and it's a really cheap option to carbohydrates like pasta and potatoes which definitely costs a bit more than this and you get so much in a pack of this product as well! Made from semolina which is durum wheat, this is a 500g bag made up of small particles of grain which swell when cooked in water, etc. The bag is just a see-through plastic packet, plain and has the nutritional info on the front and back so you can see at a glance what you ... Read the complete review
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