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Honey Salmon with Snappy Couscous

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Couscous is a wee little pasta made of semolina flour and if you’re not cooking it on weeknights you’re missing out. It cooks in seconds and offers a blank canvas for any culinary creation. In this recipe, we amp up the couscous with pickled peppers, pistachios, and crunchy snap peas. We pair it with gorgeous filets of wild salmon, coated in curry, and sauteed in a sticky sweet glaze. We hope our creative combination of flavors and textures in this dish will inspire you to see what you can create with couscous in your kitchen.


  • pickled peppers in oil (2 tablespoons oil and ½ cup peppers)
  • 4 filets salmon
  • 1 tablespoon curry powder
  • 1 Orange
  • 1/4 cup pistachios (or any nut you have in the pantry)
  • 1 cup couscous
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 cup snap peas
  • salt (staples)
  • yogurt (nice-to-have)
  • mint (nice-to-have)
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    1. equipment: large pan for salmon, grater or microplane
    2. Place your large pan over medium/high heat. Drizzle the pickled pepper oil in the pan. Season the salmon filets with curry powder and salt. Add your salmon filets to the pan, seasoned side down, away from you. Now season the second side with curry powder and salt and let cook. Get some water boiling for your couscous, about 2 cups.
    3. Meanwhile, zest the orange, then cut it in half and set aside. Roughly chop the pistachios and pickled peppers and set aside.
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    Calories300Calories from Fat50
    Total Fat6g9%
    Saturated Fat1.5g8%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat50
    Total Carbohydrate53g18%
    Dietary Fiber7g28%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C80%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Maria 2 months ago
    Perfect the way it is!
    Azania A. 3 months ago
    we enjoy it and it was very quick to prepare....a winner for my kids ....
    B 3 months ago
    Very good and easy to make!
    Madison Houston 5 months ago
    Would eat over and over again
    Marisa Minicucci 6 months ago
    Excellent!! It will be my go to for Salmon dinners for sure!!
    Sebbyboi 6 months ago
    So good. The only thing is that couscous is not as simple as putting boiling water, at least not in my case. Keep that in mind.
    Jonathan P. 7 months ago
    it was pretty good. added some sweet corn and diced up some tomatoes to add to the couscous, which was nice. easy and tasy meal.
    Darren 8 months ago
    Not great. Salmon turned out perfectly cooked, but the glaze was a little overly sweet and the couscous was bland.
    Todd Briscoe 8 months ago
    Very good salmon was tender and flavorful
    Shalesa Erickson 9 months ago
    Amazing Used banana pepper instead of chili And no nuts but the fish is amazing!!!
    Adja M 10 months ago
    Delicious, fresh and easy. Added some olives to the couscous
    Nina a year ago
    so gooooood I love this dish
    moose a year ago
    delicious, definitely will make again
    Tom a year ago
    Delicious, was worried it would be too sweet but the curry balanced with the honey and orange beautifully.
    Jerrod Timmons a year ago
    Absolutely amazing, this was so good
    Sandra a year ago
    I don’t eat salmon but my family does. They said this tasted great!!! I didn’t use the full curry. They still loved it.
    Anis a year ago
    Pretty good! I used sun dried tomatoes instead of peppers
    Gonzalo Lint a year ago
    Quick and tasty. Recommend100%
    Ryan Malone 2 years ago
    Super easy, great flavors!
    Jimben 2 years ago
    Fantastic dish. Turned out perfect and so full of flavor.
    melissa arnold 2 years ago
    I normally don't enjoy salmon but thought I'd give this a try. i loved it! Hope to make it again in the future. the orange really soaked into the salmon.