This easy Tex-Mex Couscous Bowl with Chicken recipe is light and refreshing! It’s made with: couscous, chicken, onions, and bell pepper. I’ve partnered with TX1015 Sweet Onions to bring you this sponsored post.
Dinner time can be hectic whether you are trying to put together a main or side dish. This Couscous Bowl is easy to put together and you can even customize it to what you have in your fridge or pantry. For this recipe, you still need a rotisserie chicken, a sweet onion, couscous, bell pepper, avocado, black beans, and then a few additional toppings.
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Tips For The Recipe:
Use Rotisserie Chicken – This simplifies everything. There is no need to heat the grill; buy a rotisserie chicken and use it right away or store it in the fridge until you are ready to use it.
Quinoa or Cauliflower Rice: Swap the couscous with one of these for the base of the bowl.
Corn: Add some grilled corn to the dish.
Serrano: Add a little heat to this dish by adding 1-2 tablespoons of chopped pepper.
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