I couldn’t resist popping a Shakshuka recipe into egg month… not because of it’s simplicity or deliciousness, just because it sounds so similar to my name - Shakira. It’s an extremely popular dish in the middle east and it’s an onomatopoeic Hebrew and North African word meaning “mixed up”.
I love making Shakshuka on lazy weekend mornings with nothing more than a slice of griddled sourdough on the side. It’s an easy breakfast to make, but it takes a little time to slowly soften the peppers and tomatoes and then poach the eggs. It’s not a dish that can be rushed, hence it’s my weekend breakfast.Read More