Friday February 21, 2020

Home Cook: Shakshouka shakes it up

Shakshouka, which means 'all mixed up' in Hebrew, is a North African dish of tomatoes and peppers with eggs.

2nd June, 2012
Shakshouka: a staple of north African cuisine.

Shakshouka, which means 'all mixed up' in Hebrew, is a North African dish of tomatoes and peppers with eggs. It is a staple of Tunisian, Algerian, Moroccan and Libyan cuisine, and a popular street food when served with fresh crusty bread. It is usually a breakfast dish in Libya, but I find it perfect as a healthy supper.

Most cultures seem to have a similar dish to this, with only slight variations making them different,...

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