Kus kus

Kus kus are pasta made from wheat flour.
Before kus kus was prepared using a wooden cup in which flour was put, then it was moistened and by rubbing very small granules were obtained. Sprinkle semolina over them to keep them separate from each other. The kus kus thus obtained was dry in the sun and could be stored for several months.

  • o cana de kus kus
  • two cups of meat soup (or water)
  • a tablespoon of oil
  • two teaspoons butter
  • salt and vegeta to taste

Servings: 2

Preparation time: less than 30 minutes


Heat the oil in a Teflon pan (preferably the pan should be flat) and a quarter of the amount of kus kus. Fry the kus kus until it turns brown, then add the rest of the kus kus. Add water and bring to a boil over high heat. After the water has started to boil, turn the heat to low and add the spices and then put the lid on.

Boil until the water drops and the kus kus ‑ has softened.

When ready, add the two teaspoons of butter, and cover the pan with a towel for 10 minutes.

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This dish can be served instead of food with a glass of ayran, or as a side dish to meat dishes.

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