Köstlicher Couscous-Salat für Sommertage - myBioma

Delicious couscous salad for summer days

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We love couscous - so it's time for one refreshing Couscous salad for hot summer days! He's stuck full of healthy vitamins and Fiber , but more importantly: it tastes delicious! Avocados, ripe tomatoes, sheep cheese and much more to sweeten your summer. Here we will show you how to make the delicious couscous salad do it again in 15 minutes and why he is yours too Microbiome a joy prepared!

What else can our couscous salad do besides taste?

Who cares about his Intestinal bacteria If you want to take care of it, you have to have one Golden Rule note: the more various fiber The more your bacteria get, the better off they are! This is because our little roommates stand out from the crowd Fiber from vegetables and whole grains feed. That's why we made sure to use many different sources of fiber in this recipe. Whole grain couscous , the many Vegetables and dried plums contain many of the valuable ones Microbiome power booster ! (1)

Plate with peas Peas are great – they contain a lot of protein and fiber!

Also, our delicious couscous salad rich in protein Sheep cheese and Peas take care of it.

Not to be forgotten are the valuable materials that we use Avocados be able to win. On the one hand, avocados contain healthy (unsaturated) fatty acids . On the other hand, they are rich in Glutathione , a substance that Reduced cell stress and especially yours liver supports.

Plate with spices

These delicious herbs give our couscous salad a spicy aroma.


For 4 servings
Preparation time approx. 15 minutes
  • 2 cups whole grain couscous
  • 250 g cocktail tomatoes
  • 2 avocados
  • 200 g peas (thawed)
  • 2-3 young onions
  • 250 g sheep cheese
  • 1 bunch of mint
  • 5 dried plums
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 tsp tomato paste
  • dried oregano, basil, thyme, rosemary and chili flakes
  • olive oil

You need these ingredients for our delicious couscous salad.All the ingredients of the salad You need these ingredients for our delicious couscous salad.


The couscous salad is made quickly ! First prepare the water for the couscous: dried Herbs, tomato paste and pressed Garlic put in a pot. Depending on the package instructions, the specified amount Water pour in and to Cook bring. Remove from heat Add couscous and let it steep with the lid closed.

In the meantime this will Vegetables prepared. To do this, it is washed and chopped: The Spring onion cut into fine rings tomatoes quarter and the Avocados divide into small cubes. Next the Sheep cheese and the Dried prunes also roll the dice. Now these fresh mint wash and chop finely.

Ready-made couscous salad

By now he should couscous already complete be. It's best to fluff it up with a fork and let it cool down a little.

Now all we need is one delicious dressing that combines all the ingredients! But the juice of one lemon , with Salt and 5 tbsp olive oil mix.

In one large bowl Spring onions, tomatoes, avocado, peas, mint, sheep cheese and plums with the couscous mix . Now the delicious ones are allowed too Add lemon dressing . Mix everything well and season to taste. That was it !

The delicious couscous salad either serve immediately and enjoy or in the fridge refrigerate - so it becomes even more intense and provides the necessary cooling down hot summer days ! We wish have fun when imitating and Enjoy !

Salad for the microbiome

Author - Lilly


This article is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical information or instructions. The recipes are intended for inspiration and are not intended as therapeutic measures. If you have any health problems, we recommend that you contact a doctor or other expert immediately.


  • Makki K, Deehan EC, Walter J, Bäckhed F. The Impact of Dietary Fiber on Gut Microbiota in Host Health and Disease. Cell Host Microbe. 2018;23(6):705-715
Elisabeth Orgler
Elisabeth Orgler
Medical Doctor and Nutritional Expert
As a medical doctor, nutritional specialist and author, Elisabeth has been working intensively for many years in the areas of the gut, digestion, microbiome and nutrition. Her work offers valuable insights and practical advice for holistic health.