Roasted Vegetable Chickpea Couscous Salad With Sultanas

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Are you trying to get your daily dose of vegetables but you’re sick of the classic salad? Or you simply want to spice things up? Well, this Roasted Vegetable Chickpea Couscous Salad With Sultanas will be your new best friend!

While a classic salad is a safe and good option, it’s always good to try something new. This Roasted Vegetable Chickpea Couscous Salad is a colorful dish bursting with flavour! You could say that it makes healthy taste good!


Mouthwatering Roasted Vegetables Couscous Salad

Roasted vegetable couscous salad served with feta cheese, arugula and sultanas
so yummy!

Why You Will Love it

There are so many reasons for you to get hooked on this dish, and I will not spare you the details! 😄

First, and most importantly, it tastes super good! I literally made it for my husband last week and he asked for it again this week, that’s how good it is!

It is such a quick lunch idea! It comes together in about 30 minutes and it requires minimal effort. Not only that, but the ingredients used for this dish are always available at any grocery store.

It’s great as a main dish and it makes an amazing addition to your dinner table if you decided to serve it as a side dish.

It’s inexpensive, which is always convenient and it’s both healthy and vegan friendly. It allows you to enjoy a guilt-free meal.


Pair it With Something Delightful!

As I mentioned before, this roasted vegetables couscous salad can be enjoyed as a main course or a side dish. And whatever you decide to serve it as, it’s always better to have something that will go well with it! So let me give you a few suggestions that will impress your guests and make them ask for seconds!

This dish pairs perfectly with any meat-based meal, so I have some recommendations. This Sumac Chicken with Pan Fried Butter Tomatoes includes a mix of chicken, vegetables and rice so it’s perfect, and this Hot Honey BBQ Sesame Chicken literally speaks for itself, it’s perfect! My Glazed Lamb Chops recipe would be an amazing companion as well!

To match the Middle Eastern vibe, serve it with Loaded Hummus with Grilled Halloumi or Homemade Turkish Lahmacun.


Pro Tips for your Roasted Vegetable Chickpea Couscous Salad

Feel free to use any vegetables you like. You can eliminate or add more depending on your preference and availability.

You can make this dish ahead of time. Not only does this help with planning your day but it even tastes better, the ingredients will have had extra time to develop and blend together beautifully.

The current Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend 2½ cups of vegetables every day, this roasted vegetables couscous salad helps reach this goal much quicker!


Step by step guide for the Best Roasted Couscous Salad


First, add your melted organic stock cube to your couscous.

couscous soaked with melted organic stock cube

Next, put your chopped vegetables. chickpeas and garlic in a tray and roast them.

Roasted vegetables for the couscous salad

After that, add your roasted vegetables to the couscous with some feta cheese and lemon juice

Roasted vegetables couscous salad topped with feta cheese

Finally, serve it with arugula and sultanas.

Quick and easy roasted vegetables couscous salad topped with arugula and sultanas
so delish

Ingredients

Here are the ingredients you need:

The ingredients needed for your roast vegetable couscous salad
  • Vegetable organic stock cube
  • Couscous
  • Large onion
  • Garlic
  • Big red or orange bell pepper
  • Chickpeas
  • Feta cheese
  • Sultanas
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Green beans
  • Courgette
  • Lemon juice

Steps To Prep

First, melt a vegetable organic stock cube in hot water. 

Then, add your mixture to your couscous.

Cover that up and let it soak to soften. 

Meanwhile, chop your onion, pepper, courgette, and green beans in similar sizes. 

After that, add salt and black pepper with some olive oil to your chopped vegetables and cloves of garlic with their skin. Don’t worry you will be able to peel it off easily after it’s done cooking. Put them all in a tray for them all to bake together.

Then after your vegetables are baked and slightly charred in the oven for about 30 minutes, pour them into the couscous with its juices and everything.

After your vegetables roast together, bring them out and fluff the couscous, then mix them with couscous and add your sultanas.

Finally, dress it with arugula or rocket leaves and sultanas.

And here you have it! Enjoy it warm or chilled!

Vibrant green rocket leaves sprinkled on top of the vegetable roasted couscous salad
You will be constantly making it!

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Roasted Vegetable Chickpea Couscous Salad With Sultanas

Cook Time 30 min Total Time 30 mins

Ingredients

Roasted Vegetables Couscous Salad

Instructions

  1. First, melt a vegetable organic stock cube in hot water.

  2. Then, add your mixture to your couscous.

  3. Cover that up and let it soak to soften.

  4. Meanwhile, chop your onion, pepper, courgette, and green beans in similar sizes.

  1. After that, add salt and black pepper with some olive oil to your chopped vegetables and cloves of garlic with their skin. Put them all in a tray for them all to bake together.

  2. Then after your vegetables are baked and slightly charred in the oven for about 30 minutes, pour them into the couscous with its juices and everything.

  3. After your vegetables roast together, bring them out and fluff the couscous then mix them with couscous, then add your sultanas.

  4. Finally, dress it with arugula or rocket leaves, feta cheese and sultanas.

  5. And there you have it! Enjoy it warm or chilled!

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I'm Nelly, the recipes I share here are inspired by the people, cultures and places beloved to me. Peanutswirls represents my love for food, cooking and hosting. I hope to share with you a taste of the Middle East influnced by my upbringing in the West.

I can't wait to see what we cook together.

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