Shakshuka is a spicy stew of eggs poached in a tangy tomato sauce. It’s fabulously easy, cheap and versatile to do. The traditional Israeli version consists of tomatoes cooked with peppers, garlic, onions and spices to form a thick sauce. Add the eggs and cook. When it’s ready, serve it with pita, challah or crusty bread to soak up all that delicious sauce. For variety, serve it with hummus, roasted potatoes or grains like quinoa, rice or barley.
Of course, you can also go your own way and make a less traditional shakshuka. Online there are many options for green versions with kale, spinach, zucchini or even pureed peas. For the Mexican version, replace the red tomatoes with green tomatoes. Add a little chilli and coriander, top with queso fresco and a squeeze of lime and serve with warm tortillas. Substituting tomatoes is not the only way to add variety to the dish. Try adding chickpeas or lentils to make it vegan. Mix chorizo, ground beef or ground lamb for a meaty dish.
Eat shakshuka for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or serve it as an impressive breakfast dish for your guests.
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