Pink Tabbouleh with CherriesANANÁS E HORTELÃ
Sometimes, the best thing you can do to melt the stress away is to make a rich and delicious dessert and serve it up with your favorite coffee. This recipe for Pink Tabbouleh with Cherries is decadent and dreamy. These sweet treats are perfect for a small family gathering. Serve them up for breakfast and be everyone’s hero for the day. The hardest part will be waiting for them to cool after baking.
- In a frying pan, toast the pine nuts until fragrant (about 2 minutes). Let cool and reserve.
- Prepare the couscous by adding an equal amount of hot water and then salt to taste, cover and let stand for 5 minutes, until the water is all absorbed. Separate with a fork. And put in a bowl.
- Cut the beets into cubes and add to the couscous, sitrring well until it is colored pink.