Julio Castellano serves up another delicious River Cottage inspired winner!
Boil water with salt, pepper and butter.
Place Couscous into a large bowl then tip the water mixture over the top.
Stir very well with a fork, then check the seasoning, cover with a plate for
Meanwhile heat 2 tbsp. of Olive oil in a large frypan, add diced onion, garlic then cook for 5 min until soft, next add the Pine nuts, Raisins, Smoked Paprika & cook for another 5 minutes.
Leave to one side.
Next combine the Couscous and stuffing mix together, also add half of the finely chopped parsley and all of the fetta cheese, stir well until is nicely combined and check seasoning again.
To assemble & cook::
Preheat fan-forced oven to 200.C
Wash Tomatoes and then cut off the tops to around 0.5cm thickness, keep for garnish and place onto a baking tray. Next cut very small amount off the bottom of tomatoes so they stand up right on the baking tray. Then cut out the insides of the tomatoes with a small knife by cutting in a circular motion in the top, cutting right through to the bottom, discard the insides, this will leave a large gap to fill with mixture.
Next fill generously with the stuffing and couscous mixture, up to 1 cm over the top of the gap.
Place on baking tray & bake in the oven for approx. 15 minutes or until the tomatoes are soft and coloured nicely.
Remove the tomatoes from the oven and sprinkle remaining parsley over the tops. Place lids back on top of them, then serve on there own or with a nice fresh side salad, enjoy!
Nutritional analysis per serving (4 servings)
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Recipe, Styling, Photography: Julio Castellano 2014
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