The Cooking Process:
Preparation – I love Indian spices. Before I tried this dish, I had always thought that Indian cooking involved a long and laborious cooking process, so I had never cooked this style of dish at home. Usually I just ordered in from my favorite Indian restaurant. As a result, I was intrigued to try this dish. With Gobble there is very little to prepare – I only had to slice the lemon into wedges and coarsely chop the dill and parsley.
Cooking the cauliflower couscous – I placed a sauté pan onto the stove and added some olive oil. While it was heating, I added the already diced zucchini, seasoned with salt and pepper and cooked for 2 minutes. I then added the ginger garlic confit, stirred and cook for twenty seconds. Next I added the already prepared cauliflower couscous and cooked for another 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Finally, I added the Indian spiced butter and the chopped herbs. After another minute I removed from the heat, added the golden raisins to the pan and let the pan sit covered.
Searing the scallops – In another pan I warmed some oil. Once hot, I placed the scallops into the pan individually and cooked each side for about 90 seconds. I then removed from the pan.
Plating and serving – It was really was as easy as that and then it was ready! To serve, I divided the couscous between two plates, topped with the scallops and garnished with the sliced almonds and lemon wedges. It was, like I promised, easy and very quick to make
On a Personal Note:
The dish was incredibly easy to make, and it had a wonderful taste. I loved the idea of the cauliflower and zucchini couscous, which was both healthy and tasty! Gobble offers dishes with sophisticated flavors, with a super convenient preparation time of 15 minutes. Gobble is an excellent option for people with little inclination or limited time for dishes with a lengthy cooking time, but who still desire tasty meals that are freshly cooked at home.
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