Couscous looks like rice but is actually a kind of noodles native to North Africa, often sold as dried and packaged. You only need to put boiling water up to the surface, couscous seeds will bloom softly like instant noodles, without cooking on the stove.
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Pour couscous seeds into a mixing bowl. Add boiling water into the bowl so that the water covers couscous seeds. Seeds will bloom evenly in about 5 minutes. You can try to see if the couscous is soft, if not, continue adding some boiling water, and try again.
Dice cucumber, red pepper, yellow pepper, green pepper respectively; Halve cherry tomatoes and mix in a mixing bowl.
Add olive oil, salt and pepper in the bowl. Mix well.
Remove shrimp head and shell, devein, rinse, drain, then pan with a little olive oil and a small pinch of salt.
Scoop the couscous salad onto a plate and put the shrimp on the surface to finish.
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