Mediterranean Bowl

I LOVE Mediterranean food! The flavors are fresh and the use of whole foods is very healthy and appealing. Here I’ve taken some of my favorite ingredients and mashed them together but they go so well.

Cooking tip: You can use any vegetables you’d like, however always keep in mind that when you’re cooking them you should always start with the tougher veggies first and go adding the more tender ones as you go along. Here I’ve added the tomatoes at the end so they keep their shape without adding too much liquid and steaming the rest.

Mediterranean Bowl

Yield: 1 serving

9 Smart Points

Ingredients

¼ c. Dry Couscous (4sp)

¼ c. Water

6 oz. Chicken Breast, Seasoned and Grilled (3 sp)

⅓ c. Red Onion, Sliced (0 sp)

½ c. Zucchini, Sliced (0 sp)

½ c. Mushrooms, Sliced (0 sp)

½ c. Cherry Tomatoes, Quartered (0 sp)

2 tbsp. Fat Free Feta Cheese (0 sp)

1 tbsp. Balsamic Glaze (2 sp)

Salt and Pepper to Taste

Instructions

To make the Couscous:

Bring ¼ c. water to a boil; add the dry couscous and cover. Let stand for 5 minutes and fluff with a fork.

To make the Vegetables:

Preheat a sauté pan and spray with olive oil spray. Add onions and zucchini and begin to sauté. Once the onions are starting to get translucent and zucchini are brown, add the mushrooms. Let cook for a few minutes before adding the tomatoes and saute until the tomatoes are heated through.

For the bowl:

Place the couscous, chicken and vegetables in a bowl. Top with feta cheese and balsamic glaze.

Enjoy!

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