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Israeli Style Pearl Couscous, loose



Organic Israeli Style Pearl Couscous, loose

Israeli Couscous is an extruded pasta, similar to Italian orzo, which is then toasted to dry.
The pearls are about the size of tapioca pearls and when cooked imparts a “chewy buttery” flavor.
Invented in the 1950’s by Osem in Tel Aviv, it has since has grown to be an Israeli staple.

Like other couscous, it takes on flavours easily and suitable to many dishes, so you can create various desired flavours using herbs and seasonings!

Mograbieh is the Lebanese name for large “pearl” sized couscous which is made with semolina and flour.
The pearls are boiled in water or broth and once softened can be used in salads or added dry to soups

  • Preservative free
  • ≈11.0g Protein per 100g

How to

It can be boiled in water for about 10 minutes, like you would any pasta.
Or it can be toasted in a bit of oil and cooked as you would risotto, with several additions of cooking liquid which might include broth or wine.

Allergen Advice: Contains gluten. May contain traces of soy.


Wheat Flour, …

Origin: Made in Canada
Packaging material: paper bag (compostable)

Please note:
We pack a wide range of natural food products on shared equipment including nuts, seeds, grains and cereals.
We do our best to avoid any kind of cross contamination however customers with food allergies should be aware of this risk.

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