Pomegranate Cous Cous and Chet Baker Sings

Chet Baker was keeping me company in the kitchen as I threw together a quick dinner. It seemed to work out perfectly as I was pairing a unique voice in the music with a unique ingredient to add to my cous cous.. pomegranate seeds! If you have not tried them, please do. They are perfect in the winter time, and add little pops of sweetness to any savory or sweet dish.

What you need:

1 cup Israeli cous cous
chicken stock
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2-3 cups kale chopped
1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
salt and pepper to taste

This one’s so simple. Ready in a matter of minutes. So press PLAY on the song below and go get started!

Cook cous cous according to directions with chicken stock. Meanwhile, in a pan heat oil over medium. Cook kale for 4-5 minutes or until it reaches desired tenderness. Add 1 tbsp of water at a time if pan becomes too dry. Once cous cous is done, stir it into kale, and add pomegranate seeds. Season to taste.

You can improvise:
Try adding a different fruit to your Cous Cous. (It could even be dried!)

Add different vegetables! (Mushrooms are lovely)

Experiment with different fresh herbs (rosemary and thyme work great!)

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Adi’s Jazz Kitchen Christmas with Kris Bowers Pt 1, 2, 3!

We’re in the kitchen at Christmastime with pianist, composer, food lover, overall bmf, Kris Bowers! On this episode we make:

  • Herb Roasted Chicken
  • Israeli Cous Cous with lemon and rosemary
  • Spiced hot chocolate

Let’s not forget a special guest appearance from AdiClaus and a musical performance from Kris and I to you!

You can check out more Kris Bowers at:

http://www.krisbowersmusic.com

instagram: @bowersmusik

https://www.facebook.com/krisbowersmusic

MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!!!