The couscous finished cooking before the sauce, and while waiting for the sauce, clumped up as it cooled down. However, after adding the sauce to it and mixing, it did break apart. Next time, I will prepare the sauce first, and then cook the couscous. If necessary, I think the sauce could sit for a while better than the couscous, so this is just a matter of switching preparation steps. For our tastes, this had too many pine nuts for a topping, and I also would cut back on the olive oil when toasting them. The sun-dried tomatoes bring sweetness, the olives give you a little punch of the brine, and the pine nuts lend a delicate earthiness to the dish. Served this today as a side dish, but I can totally see adding a protein and making this a main course. Very nice Erin.
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The couscous finished cooking before the sauce, and while waiting for the sauce, clumped up as...