These roasted Cauliflower steaks with an arugula pearled couscous salad drizzled in a tahini dressing will be the perfect Summer BBQ meal. Made in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill.
When deciding what I wanted my next recipe to be, I knew I had to include some pearled couscous. My obsession has been REAL lately and knew that I waned to feature it in a recipe.
Let me tell you, I made this recipe and it was gone in a day! Everyone ate it, loved it, raved about it. I knew that it had to come to the blog ASAP!
I decided to use Bob’s Red Mill Tri-Color Pearled Couscous for this recipe because it is the perfect addition to this recipe. It can be served either hot or room temperature making it great for hot summer nights.
Bob’s Red Mill Tri Color Pearled Couscous is so cute because of its multiple colors. The red and green couscous is made from real spinach and tomato bringing it a vibrant color. If you’ve never had Pearled Couscous (also named Israeli Couscous) it has a great chewier texture and has a nutty flavor to it. You can add it to salads, pilafs, soups, or accompanied to these cauliflower steaks.
With the Summer coming out it is officially BBQ season! While these aren’t cooked on a BBQ or grill pan, they still become super crispy in the oven but softened on the inside. The seasonings are simple but flavorful and healthy. We don’t need any meat to enjoy a Summer “Steak.”
For the pearled couscous I paired it with some arugula. Arugula has such a great peppery flavor and it’s a combo I’ve done a million times. It adds freshness & green to the dish and help bring everything together.
To top of this delicious dish we have the most delicious tahini drizzle sauce. Tahini can be super strong on it’s on so by pairing it with some delicious ingredients like lemon juice it tones downs the bitter flavor of the tahini. It’s perfect over the steak and the Bob’s Red Mill pearled couscous salad.
I hope that you enjoy this recipe!
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Thanks so much to Bob’s Red Mill for sponsoring this post. It means a lot to me to work with brands I love and support my blog.