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Salmon with Couscous Pilaf

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This delicious one-pan meal is convenient and makes dishwashing easy.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2005
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The couscous does not need to be cooked before going into the baking dish.

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  • MS11240337
    10 DEC, 2015
    This was not good at all! It was so dry and had no flavor. I followed the recipe almost exactly but used about 3/4 lb of carrots, because 1 lb. was way too many. My husband gamely ate it but I just couldn't eat it at all. No bueno.
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  • Susan Nelson
    18 JAN, 2015
    Just made this for the first time. Will definitely make it again! Perfect one dish meal for a busy weeknight. Tasty and smells so good with the mint and lemon! Yum!
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  • bikracer1
    31 MAY, 2013
    This looks delicious except for the huge amount of salt. When I make it I will definitely cut down on the salt. That may be part of the reason the last reviewer didn't like the dish. :)
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  • Eat Only If Its Oh So Good
    1 MAY, 2013
    This meal was so dry and all of the spices combined gave off an unappealing smell. I have no thoughts of how to fix this meal so that it's edible for my family. All 4 of us couldn't get past a couple of bites. We threw it in the trash. Not worth the calories.
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  • iinnaa
    25 DEC, 2010
    Looks fancy and tastes delicious, but is so easy to make, perfect to serve at your dinner party. A couple of notes though -- the prep time took longer, about an hour, and I had my husband help me with the carrots because we were running short on time. Also, make sure to rinse the raisins before putting them in. Finally, make sure to use the exact size pan specified, I used one with bigger surface area, because that's all I had on hand, and the couscous came out a bit dry, but still very good.
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  • peggysu
    16 FEB, 2009
    I use bulgar intead of couscous, it is a bit heartier and I didn't have raisens so I used dried cranberries. Very flavorful!
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  • lululili101
    13 OCT, 2008
    What a wonderful, easy
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  • rebellemichelle
    20 MAY, 2008
    I love this recipe so much! My husband completely hated it but he's pretty picky. I seriously could eat this once a week. I forgot the mint but it was still so good and I bet it would be better with the mint.
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  • teno
    11 APR, 2008
    very good! i only used 3 carrots but otherwise followed recipe exactly and am very happy with it. quick and easy. 10 minutes and into the oven.
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  • edenent740173
    2 APR, 2008
    Absolutely delicious! Easy too, although prep time is much longer than 15 minutes - unless you are a professional chef and can chop a pound of carrots with lightening speed.
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