How to cook Couscous with meat and vegetables (The Algerian dish)

When it is a north African country in Dishes around
the world. Don’t be surprised if couscous is a part of the dish. Welcome to episode 3 of Dishes around the world!

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Here is the kesra video:

Here are all the ingredients in ml and US units:

450 grams/1 pound lamb
2 chicken breasts
1 onion
30 ml/2 tbsp vegetable oil
0,25 grams/0,15 drams saffron
5 ml/1 tsp salt
2,5 ml/0,5 tsp chili powder
2,5 ml/0,5 tsp coriander
2,5 ml/0,5 tsp cumin
400 ml/1,7 cups water
1 squash
2 tomatoes
1 paprika
2 carrots

To the couscous:

400 ml/1,7 cups water
5 ml/1 tsp salt
30 ml/2 tbsp vegetable oil
400 ml/1,7 cups couscous

ml=millilitre
tsp=teaspoon
tbsp=tablespoon
qt=quart

Here is also a link to a unit converter website:
http://www.unitconverters.net
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