Shakshuka is a hearty dish of eggs poked in a spicy tomato sauce. It sounds complicated to preapare, but is actually super simple and perfect for breakfast or as a small meal in between.
For 2 persons you’ll need: 4 eggs, 5 large tomatoes, 1 large onion, 4 cloves of garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil and one bowl of deli dip hummus with tomato-onion confit and some white bread for serving.
Here's how it’s done: Dice the onion and fry it in plenty of olive oil. Add the garlic and then the small chopped tomatoes, salt and pepper. Let the sauce boil until it is relatively thick.
Separate the eggs and, using the cooking spoon, form small molds in the sauce and fill the egg whites in there first. Using a fork, mix it a bit with the sauce and then put the yolk on top. Let everything cook until the egg whites are cooked, but the yolk is still a little liquid.
Serve your shakshuka with deli dip hummus with tomato-onion confit and white bread
Our tip: You can fry onions, or harissa, pepper cubes, melanzani cubes or (boiled) potato pieces before adding the tomatoes.