Morrocan Spiced Couscous 

I always like couscous!  Unfortunately my husband doesn’t, but yesterday I discovered that our daughter does!  

She’s 9,5 months old now and is eating more and more. We are using the Rapley approach,  which means she eats about the same as we do and we don’t puree the food but we give it to her in bits and bigger pieces. Although she has only just two teeth, this all goes very well! 
So yesterday it was time for Morrocan Spiced Couscous,  and yes, the spices are also in Janne’s portion (except for the salt)

2 persons ;

  • 200 grams of couscous 
  • 200 grams of carrots,  diced into small bits
  • 1 large onion,  chopped 
  • Courgette (I had only a small bit left. I’m recommend to use half a courgette) 
  • Can of tomatoes 
  • Tablespoon of Ras el Hanout (mix of spices) 
  • 200 grams of chicken filet.

    Heat a little oil in a pan and fry the chicken,  add the onion and carrots once the chicken is almost done. After a few minutes, add the courgette, the canned tomatoes and the Ras el Hanout. Place a lit over the pan and let simmer on a low fire for a while. 

    In the meantime prepare the couscous according to the directions on the package. 

    Serve the couscous with the vegetables and chicken stew. 

    Enjoy! 

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