Cauliflower ‘Couscous’ with Peas, Mint, and Feta

Light, refreshing, and delicious, this cauliflower couscous makes for an easy dinner.

Spring 2017

  • In this recipe, cauliflower approximates a couscous texture, and the mint and feta lend bright spring flavors.
    Photo by Andrea Bemis

Total Hands-On Time: 20 min

Preparation Time: 20 min

Yield: 4 servings

Light, refreshing, and delicious, this springtime meal is one of my favorites. I’ve made cauliflower “couscous” in the past, but I adore this version because of its bright spring flavors. And while cauliflower obviously isn’t true couscous, it really does resemble the actual texture of the grain. Try this recipe if you have a giant head of cauliflower in your fridge and need an easy weeknight dinner. With simple recipes like this one, you can have dinner on the table in a flash. And because you won’t be working up a sweat in the kitchen, you’ll have a spare moment to clink glasses with someone you love.

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