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South African Caakiri Couscous Dessert Recipe Pudding

Caakiri couscous pudding is a tasty dessert couscous recipe that is a sweet tangy dessert loved by many South Africans.

Caakiri couscous pudding is a very popular recipe in the rainbow nation of South Africa. Caakiri Couscous Pudding is served cold or warm. This version of Caakiri Couscous Pudding is made with couscous, pineapple and sour cream.


Couscous Dessert Pudding

Tasty dessert couscous recipe is a sweet, tangy dessert loved by many South Africans.


South African Caakiri Couscous Dessert Recipe Pudding Ingredients and Directions

South African Caakiri Couscous Dessert Recipe Pudding

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Delicious twist on a traditional African rice pudding recipe made with couscous, pineapple and sour cream.
Prep time: 20 min Cook time: 2 hours chilling Total time: 2 hour 20 min

Ingredients

2 cups cooked couscous

1 cup whole milk

¾ cup sour cream

¼ cup canned crushed pineapple

¼ cup pureed papaya

¼ tablespoon salt


Directions

In a large bowl, add the milk and sour cream and mix well. Then mix in the remaining ingredients except papaya. Mix well. Refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving. Top with pureed papaya and brown sugar. 


Couscous is small pasta made of semolina, a form of wheat. It can be eaten as a side dish, salad or dessert, and you can use it in place of rice or quinoa. Couscous is not cooked, but rather steamed over hot water.

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