Yessss I'm experimenting with couscous as it just feels "summery" to me.
Serves two as a side.
one courgette, diced
one pork chop, diced
cherry tomatoes, quartered
one clove of garlic, peeled and whole
teaspoon of fennel seeds, crushed
sprinkling of brown sugar
handful of basil leaves, chopped
handful of flat leaf parsley, chopped
a few stalks of spring onion, chopped
sprinkling of red pepper flakes
splash of white wine
150ml chicken stock and same volume of couscous
1. Combine the crushed fennel seeds, brown sugar, freshly ground salt and pepper and a little olive oil. Mix with the diced pork.
2. Sautee together the pork, courgette, mushrooms and garlic clove. Lubricate with a little white wine. Add a few drops of lemon juice, the red pepper flakes, and salt and pepper to taste.
3. Boil the chicken stock. When boiling, pour over the couscous in a mixing bowl and cover immediately. Wait 5-8 minutes for the couscous to steam itself, then fluff up with a fork.
4. Add the parsley to your pork and courgette mixture. Remove the garlic clove and turn off the heat. Add the contents of the pan to your couscous bowl. Give it a glug of olive oil, add the cherry tomatoes, basil and spring onion, then season to taste.
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