Shakshuka or Shakshouka, is a dish of eggs poached in a tasty and spicy tomato based sauce and cooked in the oven. It's origin is Mediterranean.
I found this perfect and "foolproof" recipe from "Cookie + Kate." Here is the full link with some more of the origin and history of the dish...
I made a few changes from the original recipe Since I am not a huge fan of red pepper, I omitted the red pepper and used an extra half an onion. (I love onions!) I also omitted the cilantro and instead used parsley and green onions for garnish (see, I really do love onions). It's a super easy recipe and would be wonderful for breakfast, brunch, or as I made it, for dinner. Definitely don't omit serving it with crusty bread. It's a perfect cozy, comfort food.
Come on Spring... :)
Here's the original recipe from Cookie + Kate:
How can we be less than a month into Winter? Ugh! Guess I'll eat my sadness. :)
My sister in law shared this yummy skillet chicken pot pie recipe with me and I made it for dinner tonight. I mean, how can you go wrong with Pillsbury Grands?
Note: On the advice of my SIL, I let the carrots cook longer to ensure they were soft and then doubled the liquids (and added a little more flour) because the Grands soak up a lot of juice. Turned out perfect!
Recipe is from delish.com. Click on the link below:
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