Curried Couscous

Curried Couscous

These days, we all are running short of time in our lives. We travel a lot and have to stay a lot of places. Sometimes, we have to eat outside foods like hotels and restaurants which might good in taste but not as healthy as our home made foods. But we can’t have homemade foods everywhere, so with the help of La-Forte’s electric multipurpose kettle, a person can get homemade food at any place with very simple process. Let’s cook healthy and delicious curried couscous with help of La-Forte’s electric multipurpose kettle.


  • Couscous
  • Curry Paste
  • Coconut Milk


  • Can of mixed veggies or individually canned veggies such as baby corn, water chestnuts, pearl onions, and bamboo shoots
  • Precooked chicken or other meat
  • Silken Tofu
  • Dried Cranberries or Raisins
  • Sprouts


  • Boil water in the kettle.
  • Place the amount of couscous you will eat in your bowl.
  • Check the instructions for the couscous to water ratio. Add slightly less than the required amount of boiling water to the bowl. Make up the difference with coconut milk.
  • Cover the top of the bowl with the lid or a plate, make-shift “lid” to keep the heat in.
  • Wait 5 minutes or until all water is absorbed and couscous is cooked.
  • Add more water to the kettle if needed and heat any tinned food you are adding. Or place any additional ingredients that should be warm into ziplock bags and heat in the kettle .
  • Fluff the cooked couscous.
  • Add some additional coconut milk to the couscous and however much curry paste you need to get the level of spice you desire.
  • Keep adding more until you like the flavor.
  • Add your heated extra ingredients if using any.
  • Add any ingredients that don’t require heating, such as sprouts or dried fruit.
  • Stir and enjoy!


  • Personally, I’m a fan of green curry paste, but you can use red or whatever type you prefer!
  • Substitute the curry paste and coconut milk for your favorite pre-made sauce, such as masala or pesto.
  • Substitute the curry paste and coconut milk for curry powder and/or any other dried spices you like.


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