Shrimp is the star of this dish. However, I have to talk about its side dish: Israeli couscous, which isn't really couscous but more of a pasta in the shape of little pellets, which cooks in 10 minutes and can be made in many different ways. I like it because it is colorful and tasty. It's a great option to mix with this Israeli couscous, just as you would do with rice, but for a more sophisticated dish. Serve the curry sauce on the side so each person can add it as they like. This can be a great dish to take on a camping trip or to the beach, just make sure to prepare the couscous ahead of time and you can cook the shrimp on site. Remember to not over cook the shrimp so they can remain juicy.