You can use light or dark turkey meat in this citrusy, sweet, subtly spiced salad. No turkey on hand? Use rotisserie chicken instead.
Israeli couscous is similar to regular couscous but is larger and pearl-shaped. If you don’t have any, use orzo or another tiny pasta shape instead.
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Really liked this!! Was a little bland for my taste.followed previous reviewers' advice & added more curry with a bit of cilantro. Really bumped up the flavor! would definitely make again!!
So delicious. I used rotisserie chicken because I prefer it over turkey. I toasted the couscous and then simmered it in 1-1/2 times more chicken broth. I also added more chicken then called for, as well as asparagus and roasted red peppers. I probably tripled the curry powder as well. Next time I will add cilantro. Having said all this, I guess the recipe was a good base for improvising. Whatever....it was very tasty.
Really tasty and easy to make. Don't go overboard on the curry powder, though.
I loved it for the leftover turkey. But would add much more turkey than they called for. Flavors and textures were great together. Will make again - and next time will add chopped apple..yummm
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