Today’s shakshuka recipe is simple and true to Middle Eastern flavors. Eggs poached in a perfectly spiced vegetarian stew of tomatoes and green peppers. Add a salad and your favorite bread, and you can turn it into dinner!
Say it with me, “shahk-SHOO-kah!”
Shakshuka is top of the list of my favorite egg dishes. It originally came from North Africa (Tunisia), and has quickly become a popular Middle Eastern dish, particularly in Israel and the Holy Land region.
What is Shakshuka?
I believe shakshuka gained wild popularity because it’s a simple dish that stars every-day ingredients. While there are many variations of shakshuka, a traditional shakshuka recipe is basically eggs poached in a spiced tomato and green pepper stew with onions and garlic.
How to Make Shakshuka?