• Shakshuka Recipe

    If you’re looking for an easy breakfast that’ll help break the monotony, put the ingredients for this Shakshuka recipe on your list. (In fact, you might already have everything you need in the pantry!)

    Make this one-skillet Shakshuka recipe for your next weekend breakfast. Eggs are gently nestled in a lightly spiced tomato sauce and baked! | StupidEasyPaleo.com

    Shakshuka is a one-skillet dish with a rich, spiced sauce of tomatoes, onions and peppers finished off with eggs nestled on top. Its origins are in Africa, though it’s popularly made throughout the Middle East. You’ll find many variations, some with fresh hot peppers used, some with dry spices.

    My recipe uses dried spices, and I took the time to toast the spices first which really brings out their flavors. Do this extra step and you’ll be rewarded.

    I also gave some tips for photographing this recipe via Periscope and you can see that broadcast here!

    Make this one-skillet Shakshuka recipe for your next weekend breakfast. Eggs are gently nestled in a lightly spiced tomato sauce and baked! | StupidEasyPaleo.com

    Shakshuka Recipe

    Prep Time 10 mins
    Cook Time 40 mins
    Total Time 50 mins
    Serves Serves 2 to 3

    Ingredients

    • 2 tbsp (30 mL) olive or avocado oil
    • 2 tsp (4 g) ground cumin
    • 2 tsp (4 g) paprika
    • 1/2 tsp sea salt
    • 1/4 tsp black pepper
    • Pinch or two ground red pepper
    • 1 medium onion, sliced
    • 1 red bell pepper, seeded and sliced
    • 1 14 oz can (414 mL) crushed tomatoes (or passata)
    • 3 cups chopped fresh tomatoes (about 3 medium)
    • 6 eggs
    • Handful fresh, chopped parsley for garnish, optional

    Directions

    Preheat the oven to 375F (191C).

    Heat a large oven-safe skillet (I like cast iron) over medium heat, then add the olive oil, cumin, paprika, ground red pepper, salt and black pepper. Stir the spices for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, until they become fragrant.

    Add the onion and bell pepper. Stir to coat with the oil and spices, then continue to cook and stir for about 15 to 20 minutes or until the veggies soften. You don’t want them to brown so be sure the heat isn’t too high.

    Add the crushed and fresh tomato and bring to a low simmer. Cook for about 10 minutes more until the fresh tomato softens.

    Now, you’ll add the eggs. Make little wells in the tomato sauce and crack an egg into each one. Place the skillet in the oven and bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until the whites are set. Carefully remove from the oven (that handle is hot!), garnish with parsley and serve.

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    6 thoughts on “Shakshuka Recipe

    1. Yum. I spent a year in Israel and Shakshuka was one of my favorite dishes. Can’t wait to try out this version.

    2. A simplified version of this has been one of my staple breakfasts for ages. Simmer a good tomato sauce in a non-stick pan, crack eggs into it, cover pan, cook 5-6 min & plate.

      (If I’m feeling self indulgent, I’ll add slices of fresh mozzarella or queso fresco on top. If I really miss pizza, I’ll sautee mushrooms & sliced olives into the sauce first.)

    3. Is this dish very soupy? I’ve seen this recipe before as a recommendation for bread on the side. I’m on the whole30. What would you recommend on the side?

      1. Hi Brittney,

        Its not soupy but there is a tasty sauce. A sweet potato would pair nicely or parsnips. The starchier root vegetables will soak up all that delicious sauce. There’s really no need for bread. 🙂

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