Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Place chickpeas in a bowl, add 1 tablespoon olive oil, cumin, chill powder, cayenne pepper and salt (I add 1/4 teaspoon; add to preference). Toss well, making sure chickpeas are evenly covered with spices. Spread chickpeas in an even layer on a baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes, tossing about halfway in the cooking time, until they are crisp. Let them cool completely before you add them to the salad.
Prepare the couscous mix according to package instructions making sure to add in the seasoning mix. See Note 1. If you don't use couscous from a package, you'll want to add some of your favorite seasonings because a lot of the flavor in this salad comes from that seasoning.
While the couscous is cooking, prep the veggies: chop the cucumber, halve the cherry tomatoes, chop the olives, chop the parsley, and chop the roasted red pepper. Toss the veggies together. If you are going to meal prep; leave out the olives (add separately or they tend to make everything taste like olive!)
Prepare the dressing by adding all of the dressing ingredients to a jar: 4 tablespoons olive oil, lemon juice and zest, red wine vinegar, honey, Dijon mustard, and dried oregano (I add about 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper, but add to your personal preference). Seal the jar and shake until combined.
TO SERVE AS A SALAD: Add the prepared couscous to a large bowl and allow to cool. Add in all of the veggies and cooled chickpeas. Add in some feta cheese, freshly squeezed lemon, salt and pepper to taste, and the dressing. Only dress what you will enjoy as this salad doesn't sit well for a long time with the dressing on it.
TO MEAL PREP: Divide the dressing evenly into 3-4 small containers. Divide the couscous evenly among the meal prep containers. Add in equal parts of all of the chopped veggies and chickpeas (again, keep olives separate). Add a lemon wedge, some feta cheese, and cover everything with some salt and pepper. To enjoy, add the dressing, squeeze the lemon over everything, stir together, and eat!
Note 1: Couscous: Pearled (Israeli) couscous has larger grains than Moroccan (quick) couscous. Be sure to use the correct type of couscous in this recipe.