We’ve got your Valentine’s dinner covered.
This two-pot pasta comes together in 20 minutes and is sophisticated enough to impress. Here’s the run down:
- Israeli couscous is cooked in bone broth, boosting its protein content. (Set the remainder aside: it is mild enough for picky eaters to enjoy and versatile enough to combine with what’s in your fridge for a tasty meal on the fly.)
- The couscous is tossed with sautéed kale and chicken sausage, then sprinkled with feta and roasted peppers for a decidedly adult dish. We recommend the smokey flavor of Andouille sausage, but feel free to experiment with your favorites.
- Distracted at the dinner table? This dish will wait. It tastes just as good at room temperature as it does hot, and it makes great leftovers.
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