August Breakfast Bests continues! The third recipe in our series is … shakshuka!
My daughter, Jillian, and son-in-law, Brooks, turned me on to shakshuka made in a skillet during one of our visits together. There are several variations of this Middle Eastern (Israeli and North African) dish. Shakshuka is an onomatopoeic Hebrew and North African word that means “mixture.” This is an easy-to-make dish that will tingle your taste buds, and you’ll for sure keep it on your regular menu for any meal!
This dish is most often made on the stovetop in an iron skillet. It is a vegetarian dish, but if you are not an egg fan, I have some modifications for you to consider under Melissa’s Modifications below.
To Healthy Eating!