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Israeli Couscous Chicken Caprese Bowl

(7)

Extra sidedish: Roasted Broccoli

by chef Andres Mendez

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Story of the Meal

Irresistibly good, hearty and nutritious, try this CookUnity special! It's chewy with a slippery "pearly" surface, this couscous Salad is hard to resist!

Maincourse
Serving Size 420 g
Calories 374
Fat 8 g
Saturated Fat 4 g
Carbs 27 g
Fiber 4 g
Protein 48 g
Sodium 135 mg
Sugar 5 g

Extra side dish

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.
Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Arugula
Balsamic Vinegar
Basil
Chicken Breast
Couscous
Israeli Couscous
Kosher Salt
Mozzarella Cheese
Olive Oil
Pepper
Red Onion
Red Tomatoes
Roasted Red Peppers
Rosemary
Yellow Tomatoes

Summer Wind Farms

Eckerton Hill Farm has its origins on the rooftop of a Brooklyn brownstone, where owner Tim Stark started his first tomato seedlings nineteen years ago. Today, the farm sits on 58 hillside acres overlooking the fertile Oley Valley of Berks County, Pennsylvania. We grow over 200 varieties of fruits and vegetables and we are best known for our more than 100 varieties of juicy heirloom tomatoes and fiery peppers of every shape and hue.

Meals are delivered chilled

Containers are oven & microwave safe, lid is not safe.

NOTE: Remove the plastic cup from inside the container before heating.

In the Ovenrecommended

1. Preheat oven to 350F 2. Cook for 12 mins. or until heated through

Enjoy it cold!

In the Microwave

1.Leave the container lid on. 2. Pour the sauce on top 3. Cook for 2 mins.

Enjoy it cold!

Community Reviews

(2 COMMENTS)

Katherine

07/27/2017

inedible. ...

inedible.

Emily

05/24/2016

Maybe less olive oil...

Maybe less olive oil to balsamic vinegar would be let the salad feel a little lighter? It felt a little heavier than I would have liked. However, everything else was perfect and delicious. There was also some skin on the chicken breast which was a little disappointing.

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Israeli Couscous Chicken Caprese Bowl

(7)

Extra sidedish: Roasted Broccoli

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Story of the meal

Irresistibly good, hearty and nutritious, try this CookUnity special! It's chewy with a slippery "pearly" surface, this couscous Salad is hard to resist!

Maincourse
Serving Size 420 g
Calories 374
Fat 8 g
Saturated Fat 4 g
Carbs 27 g
Fiber 4 g
Protein 48 g
Sodium 135 mg
Sugar 5 g

Extra Side Dish

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.

Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Arugula
Balsamic Vinegar
Basil
Chicken Breast
Couscous
Israeli Couscous
Kosher Salt
Mozzarella Cheese
Olive Oil
Pepper
Red Onion
Red Tomatoes
Roasted Red Peppers
Rosemary
Yellow Tomatoes

eckerton hill farm

Eckerton Hill Farm has its origins on the rooftop of a Brooklyn brownstone, where owner Tim Stark started his first tomato seedlings nineteen years ago. Today, the farm sits on 58 hillside acres overlooking the fertile Oley Valley of Berks County, Pennsylvania. We grow over 200 varieties of fruits and vegetables and we are best known for our more than 100 varieties of juicy heirloom tomatoes and fiery peppers of every shape and hue.

Community Reviews (7)

Katherine


07/27/2017

inedible.

Emily


05/24/2016

Maybe less olive oil to balsamic vinegar would be let the salad feel a little lighter? It felt a little heavier than I would have liked. However, everything else was perfect and delicious. There was also some skin on the chicken breast which was a little disappointing.

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