This recipe for Easy Couscous Stuffed Tomatoes is such a great way to close out summer! To be honest, I was a little worried my kids wouldn’t like this one (they’ve turned down feta cheese many times before), but I just held my breath and didn’t say a word. And before I knew it, their plates were empty—score! Enjoy :)
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7 thoughts on “Easy Couscous Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe”
Do you have any replacements for wheat flour in your recipes for those of us who are gluten free?
Hi there. This post will help: https://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2012/06/28/food-allergies/. Outside of this post, you can find some really good whole grain gluten free flour blends.
I guess I’ve fount what we’ll have for dinner tonight, these tomatoes look delicious and I’m telling you, we have a lot of tomatoes this year. We already wonder what to do with all of them. Guess a quick oven-baked meal wouldn’t hurt.
Greetings from UK!
Is there something else to use in place of the feta cheese? I can’t do dairy and many times just eliminate it from the recipe.
Hi Sara. You could replace it with a cheese you prefer or eliminate it.
Could I make this with peppers instead? How long would I cook it for?
Hi Claire. I think it would work well with peppers. You would probably need to lengthen the cook time somewhat until the peppers are tender.