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Summer Couscous Salad is a fresh side dish made with raw and crunchy zucchini, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, garlic, and a squeeze of lime. A super fresh side dish that goes with any type of protein or as a stand-alone salad! Served cold, this Summer Couscous Salad is a fresh side dish made with zucchini, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, and garlic. Perfect for the hot summer days or to serve next to grilled chicken, meat, or fish. Also great sidedish to any seafood, quiche, or even on its own, or a great lunch for work. Plus, it’s a “done under 15 minutes” recipe and tastes so fresh, although the longer you let it in the fridge…, the better the flavors will merge. So, make sure to make a nig batch! This way, you’ll get some tasty leftovers for lunch the next day. Tabbouleh Little Cousin This tabbouleh cousin doesn’t use parsley but…

This ultra-healthy option is a carb-free, effortless, and flavorful side dish that complements many dishes! If you’re seeking a lighter side dish without sacrificing taste, look no further; this Cauliflower Curry is the way! Curry Cauliflower Couscous is a great side dish, although I must clarify: there is no actual couscous. This recipe is simply blended cauliflower and does wonders for low-carb diet seekers. This white veggie side dish perfectly replaces couscous, bulgur, and rice without being packed with carbohydrates. Cauliflower vs. Rice I mean, rice is a beloved ingredient; I have nothing against it! However, sometimes, to lower our calories, we need to make some concessions, this cauliflower couscous being a good one! You can make whatever BBQ meat or fish and use this as a side dish to make it ‘lighter.’ The texture is similar, and cauliflower is so mild tasting that any aromatics thrown at it would change its flavour.…

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