A few weeks ago, we shared with you our fondness for Mediterranean breakfast dishes such as labneh (strained yogurt), toasted bread and fresh vegetables in a simple dressing. Now we’d like to introduce you to one of Shuli’s favorites, for breakfast or any time of day: shakshuka.
This popular Israeli/North African egg dish has an onomatopoeia for a name: It means “all mixed up,” which can be slightly misleading as the eggs are not always scrambled in with the rest of the ingredients.
In our recipe, there’s plenty of mixing — and an hour of simmering — before the eggs go in to poach atop the savory sauce. Ronit's Harissa Spice blend gives this dish authentic, spicy flavor.
Get the recipe: »» Israeli Shakshuka