Shakshuka

 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 10/18/2017

I started making this dish awhile back. I must have seen it on the internet somewhere. A middle eastern thing apparently, but I'm sure my version isn't really authentic. Aka Shashouka, shashuska, shakshooka, shakashuka

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What you will need

2-3 yellow onions

2-4 peppers

olive oil

2 lb tomatoes

1/4 tsp ground cumin

4 eggs

How to cook

1

Chop onion

Slice up the onion.
Slice up the onion.
Slice up the onion.

Slice up the onion.

2

Chop peppers

Seed and slice the peppers. I found some great peppers at the market, but bell peppers work just fine.

Seed and slice the peppers. I found some great peppers at the market, but bell peppers work just fine.

3

Cook onion

Warm a pan with some olive oil and in goes the onion and peppers. Stir over medium heat.

4

Add spices

Keep stirring periodically. After awhile, the sliced veggies will wilt a bit. Now toss in the cumin.

5

Dice tomato

Clean and roughly dice up the tomato.

Clean and roughly dice up the tomato.

6

Add tomatoes to sautée

When the onion and peppers are tender, dump in the tomatoes. Simmer, stirring regularly.

7

Preheat oven to 400f.

8

Add eggs

When the sauce is reduced to a stew like consistency, dig 4 little pits. Crack an egg into each.
When the sauce is reduced to a stew like consistency, dig 4 little pits. Crack an egg into each.

When the sauce is reduced to a stew like consistency, dig 4 little pits. Crack an egg into each.

9

Bake

Bake for about 10 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked, hopefully the yolk is still runny.

Bake for about 10 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked, hopefully the yolk is still runny.

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Peter Laxalt avatar
Peter Laxalt10/24/2017 ☰
Ah the good ol days
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Ma Sefidabian avatar
Ma Sefidabian12/31/2017 ☰
ooh very good but mix eggis better
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