Mograbieh

Mograbieh

Mograbieh

Availability: In stock

£3.90

Mograbieh is a larger type of couscous. Also known as pearl or giant couscous, it is common throughout the Arab world. Mograbieh can be used as a substitute to fregola, the Sardinian equivalent, or in most recipes that calls for couscous.

Ingredients

Semolina, salt and water

Shelf life

30 March 2018

Ships to

Worldwide

Size

907g

Perfect with

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  • Shop Love it.
    (26/09/2014) Never tasted it before and found it very tasty. More like tiny balls of pasta almost - delicious.
  • Shop Takes some getting used to for novice cooks
    (24/09/2014) Received this as a present in my Jerusalem Hamper. Probably would never have found this product otherwise but am so glad I have! It is a great alternative to couscous to give variety to meals
  • Shop Unusual
    (01/01/2014) More like pasta than couscous, mograbieh provides a nice visual and textural contrast when to couscous salads or soup. I gave three stars as I find the mograbieh takes longer to cook than the package directions indicate.