It’s no secret that I’m in love with barbeque sauce. I’ll stuff it in a quesadilla, flavor my enchiladas, or make a shredded veggie sandwich. No shame in my B-B-Q sauce game (sorry for that, so sorry). It’s probably also not a secret that I’m incredibly lazy and hate going to the grocery store. Anyone a professional grocery shopper? I’ll gladly use your services.
What all that adds up to is that I normally end up throwing whatever is left in my pantry together, covering it in barbeque sauce, and calling it dinner. Some dinners are much less successful than others, but this was a winner. If it looks similar to my southwest couscous, that’s because I normally have the same throw together ingredients in my kitchen. The southwest couscous has long been a favorite of mine because it comes together so quickly, so this was an instant favorite for me, too.
I threw in a lot of extra flavors on top of the barbeque sauce like cumin, chili powder, liquid smoke, molasses. I didn’t want this to taste 100% percent like I was eating a pile of barbeque sauce because plain barbeque flavored couscous is overly sweet. Unless you use the same homemade barbeque sauce as I did, you’ll probably want to taste and adjust. In fact, I suggest you always taste and adjust to get everything perfect for your taste buds.
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