It’s amazing how just a teaspoon of curry powder can make a dish so aromatic. Dressing both the couscous and the spinach with curry vinaigrette disperses its flavor throughout. Serve the chicken breasts whole or slice them thinly for a pretty presentation.
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Yummy! I make this as a side dish without the chicken -- equally good.
I made this last night and it was a top 10 favorite for both my husband and myself. I used regular balsamic vinegar instead of white balsamic, and I did have a little trouble with my cous-cous. I guess the brand that I got needed a bit more cooking time, so I added a little more water and popped in into the microwave.The flavors of this dish blend so well together! I was not expecting to like the mango but I absolutely loved it! We had no problem with the amount of dressing this made, I used three times the amount of spinach called for and I was able to coat everything lightly in the vinaigrette.
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