As a vegan, I tend to find that people assume that salads are all I ever eat! This is actually far from the case and people are always surprised just how varied a vegan diet can be. However, having said that, of course salads lend themselves very well to the vegan way of life and this recipe for a Sumac Giant Cous Cous Salad is one of my all time favorites.
Cous Cous is fantastic in any salad, and it doesn’t disappoint here. The seasoning of the sumac and lime gives it a real zesty tang which I love (I hope you will too), and the juices from the vegetables and lime, along with the sumac make a great dressing.
This salad (like most salads TBH) is dead easy to make. You just throw everything together in a bowl and make sure it is well tossed and then voila, you have a delicious meal!
What is Sumac?
Sumac is a dark red, citrusy, tangy spice which originates from Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. People often use it in salads instead of lemon juice, or on top of hummus.
The nutritional run down comes in at 320 calories per serving, 1.6g of fat and 69g of carbohydrates. Perfect for a lunch or dinner.
This vegan recipe and beautiful photos are courtesy of Bunny Kitchen. You can get this delicious Colourful Sumac Giant Cous Cous Salad recipe by clicking here.