There are some things I like to eat with couscous. This is the recipe for easy-made couscous. If you're Mr. Fancy-pants, you can steam it, use Chai bags or stock to alter the flavour.
When cooking any of these, I usually have to add water during the process so that it would not start burning.
I'll start with the easiest one which makes a soft-tasting breakfast.
Soy sauce (optional)
SaltCheddar cheese (extra mature, crumbled)
I tried arranging these in order of going to the pan, well, more or less. As for the amount, just work it out yourselves. Usually it's 2-3 tomatoes, 3-5 celery sticks and 2-3 eggs. When you put eggs in, mix everything and make sure the eggs are cooked. The vegetables should still retain some crunchiness. Just top a plate of couscous with that or mix it in a pan and enjoy a mild-tasting meal.
Meats that go well with couscous are chicken and fish. I have another recipe that's quite easy yet very tasty.
You'll need to shallow fry some Coriander Chicken, some couscous (link to recipe above) and some probably Mexican-tasting stew:
Fresh parsley leaves
It's super-simple - just cut it however you want it, squeeze a half of lime over it when it's cooked for a bit, leave the rind in the pan, make it chili with chilli, salt, cut parsley and 'tadah!' But make sure everything's cooked this time.