Prepare Couscous according to the package instructions. Generally this involves 1C grain to 1.5C water and a cook time of 8-10 minutes.
If you can't find Turmeric Couscous....just use normal couscous (or whatever grain you like) and add 1/2 TSP turmeric to the water when boiling. CRISIS ADVERTED.
While this cooks, give your mango, nuts and vegies a nice chop! Whatever shape suits your fancy is fine - it ain't that serious, y 'all.
Combine all the remaining ingredients (all the wet stuff and spices EXCEPT the optional red pepper/sriracha) and mix until smooth. Because the blender is a PITA to clean and my whisks always seem to be in the dishwasher, I toss it all into a protein shaker cup and give it a vigorous shake.
The next part is pretty self explanatory. Assemble your bowl! Layer lettuce on the bottom, add a scoop or two of couscous, toss on your veggies and mango, sprinkle on some peanuts and then drizzle with some of that divine dressing.
Tip: After spooning the couscous on, we let the kids add their own veggies, mango and nuts. (Of course, some supervision is required as our Ethan will gladly add the entire family's portion of mango to his own bowl.)
Wing It: For a litle flare at the adult side of the table... Carey and I add the optional sriracha and red chili flake to our bowl. If you don't have kids joining you for the meal, feel free to mix it right into the dressing!
Serving Size 1
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.