Shakshuka is a popular Arabic breakfast dish comprised of poached eggs in a sauce made from tomatoes, peppers, and onions that is often spiced with cumin–similar to Purgatory Eggs.
Shakshuka means “a mixture” in Arabic. This dish is thought to have originated in Tunisia.
Our friends from The Spice Way worked with us to create this recipe, and it was so popular in camp we wanted to share it with the world! Let us know how you like it after you try it out.
Enjoy on a cool winter morning and you will easily be woken up with the warm flavors and delightful smell!