Shakshuka, a word from Tunisia’s indigenous Amazigh, meaning all mixed up. The ancient Tunis in one bite, making a meal simple within the whirlwind of the world. This dish of eggs poached in a spicy tomato stew dates back centuries in Tunisia. The love of the history lured us in… just add an egg and serve with your favorite bread. It will make you consider everything about the experience of arriving at the table. Not just the food… we aim for a feast for the mind as well as the feast for the body.
INSTRUCTIONS: 3 SERVINGS
1. Heat Shakshuka in a cast-iron skillet; bring to a light simmer (~3 minutes on medium-high heat)
2. Poach eggs: crack 2-3 eggs in Shakshuka, cover and cook for 2 minutes on medium-high heat (for a firmer yolk cook on high)
3. Garnish with parsley and scallions and enjoy with fresh bread
INGREDIENTS– Fresh tomatoes*, Water, Fresh Peppers*, Tomato Paste*, Onion*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Harissa, Garlic, And Tunisian Spices *ORGANIC