One easy Vegan Recipe

Hi Everyone,

How are you all doing?

I initially wanted to dedicate one post to three vegan recipes but it was honestly way too long. So I hope you don’t mind because you’ll be getting recipes for a week.

I have been cooking more and more. I love grilled tofu, fake chicken, vegan cheese etc. We are a match in heaven. So I spent one week in March cooking every single night and I would like to share my three favorite recipes with you.

Vegan Couscous

You will need:

  • Chickpeas (2 cans)
  • Carrots (2)
  • Courgette (1)
  • Couscous (150g)
  • Fake chicken (optional, can be replaced by tofu)
  • Harissa
  • Tumeric
  • Cumin
  • Tabasco
  • Salt&Pepper

So I cut all my vegetables first. Whilst I cooked them in water, I took my chickpeas (already cooked) and put them for 2 mins in the microwave.

Once my vegetables were a bit softer, I added all my spices, except the Harissa and my chickpeas.

I brought down the heat, covered it up and moved on to my fake meat and couscous. I threw the meat in a pan with a spoonful of agave syrup and cooked it for about 5 mins.

I think the couscous was the hardest to cook. My mom is a pro. She makes bomb couscous and I had to call her up to ask her for advice.

Once the couscous was ready, I set it aside, went back to my vegetables and added two spoonfuls of Harissa. I covered up the pan again, set the table and voila!

I think the actual couscous could have turned out better (it was a bit sticky) but the sauce was delicious and the vegetables cooked perfectly.

I don’t think there are proper rules when it comes to cooking that’s why I struggle to give you the exact time or temperatures sometimes. I just know when it’s ready by testing, poking, stirring, etc.

What do you guys think?

Lots of Kisses,

22 Comments Add yours

  1. E. Teresinha says:

    I meant to say mm* 😉

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  2. E. Teresinha says:

    The secret to couscous is the amount of water and oil added to it. If you add to much water, the couscous will for sure come out sticky. What I do is to for every cup of couscous I add a cup plus a some tablespoons of water. The couscous should be a little less than 5 to 10 mm below the water.

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    1. MarcelleLuce says:

      Omg thank you so much for this. I’ll definitely write it down !!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Sounds good! I prefer posts that don’t diversify too much. One dish at a time is good for me. Makes it easier to like a post than when one one item is likable and another not as much. Good post!

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  4. annika says:

    Looks lovely, my dear!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. MarcelleLuce says:

      😊😊 Thank You!

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Gluecksgeist says:

    This sounds and looks so delicious! Great post!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. sassygals17 says:

    Gonna try that tonight! Vegan here!! 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

      1. sassygals17 says:

        Let you go how it goes hah 👌🏼


      2. MarcelleLuce says:

        I messed up the couscous but Thy Hungry room in a comment above helped out with that ! Let me know how it goes, I wanna know if I have a chance as a leftovers cook 😜

        Liked by 1 person

      3. sassygals17 says:

        Hahah I’ve never cooked couscous before will see!

        Liked by 1 person

  7. lifeintrips says:

    Sounds like a nice recipe will try…

    Liked by 2 people

  8. his dish looks fabulous – super hearty! 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  9. chefkreso says:

    Perfect vegan recipe for any occasion, very nutritious and fulfilling!

    Liked by 2 people

  10. looks great! have you made it more than once?

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    1. MarcelleLuce says:

      I have yes ! With my mom back in France. We added more harissa 😊

      Liked by 2 people

  11. Tiff says:

    Very nice post! Thanks for sharing 🙂


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