Shakshuka

Shakshuka
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 5 minutes Shakshuka. “All mixed up.” A perfect meaning of a North African/Middle Eastern combo of poached eggs, tomatoes, onions, spices, and cheese. That’s because shakshuka is adaptable to just about any ingredients on hand. Think of the recipes I’m sharing almost like blank canvases. If you have tomatoes and eggs, you’ve got the base for an easy and really delicious meal for any time of day.   Shakshuka is a much-loved specialty for Hanukkah, as well. Make it mild tasting, spicy, or bitingly hot — you choose!  Get where I’m going here? Let your creative juices flow.   Yummy with warm pitas or flatbread for dunking into eggs and sauce.  SHAKSHUKA WITH VEGETABLES, GREENS, AND GOAT CHEESE  If finishing in the oven, use an ovenproof skillet. No goat cheese? No worries. Just about any cheese works. This is a warm, not-too-spicy-tasting shakshuka. My students love this version.  

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