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Hello and welcome to Videojug. We're going to show you how to cook Couscous,
a versatile dish from Morocco and Northern Algeria. You'll need these ingredients to serve four
people: 1 kg. of wheat semolina, 500 to 750 ml of water, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 and a half
teaspoons of flour and 150 ml of vegetable oil. You will also need the following utensils:
2 large bowls, 1 mixing spoon, 1 tamis or a large holed sieve, a steamer and a fork. Step one. Bring the water in the steamer to a boil. Step two. In the bowl, mix the semolina, salt and the
flour with 250 ml of water. Step three. When it is mixed thoroughly, pass the mixture
to a large holed tamis. Step four. Place it into a steamer for half an hour. Step five. Remove the steamed semolina. Place it into another bowl, and break it up
with a fork to make it quite fluffy. Step six. Add in the oil and about 500 ml. of water. This should be enough to give a wet texture
to the mixture. If necessary, add more water, until the required
texture is gained. Mix well, and let it rest for 10 minutes. Step seven. Return the semolina to the steamer for another
20 minutes to finish cooking it. Served hot as a delight for a complement to
several Moroccan and Middle Eastern dishes. Couscous can be made in advance. So, if you prefer, just reheat it in the steamer
the next day for an enjoyable complement to your meal.