This curried shakshuka, a healthy one-pan dish with poached eggs in a flavorful tomato sauce, comes together quickly and can be served any time of the day!
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I don’t think I know a single person that doesn’t love easy, one-pan meals. What’s not to love — cooking everything in one dish not only makes the prep super simple, but you’re also cutting way back on the amount of dishes you have to wash. Less dishes = winning!
Since making shakshuka for the first time a few months ago, Isaac and I have become obsessed. The base of shakshuka is simply tomatoes but we’ve tried it a couple different ways, but I think this version with bell pepper, feta and curry spices is my absolute favorite. Y’all know how I feel about curry… LOVE!
Since the main protein source for this dish is eggs, you can serve it for just about any meal — breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. It comes together quickly and works great as a fast weeknight dinner option. Plus, you can reheat the leftovers for breakfast.. score!
If you’re new to the dish, don’t be scared away by the name. It’s way easier to cook then it is to pronounce. Just kidding, it’s pretty easy to pronounce as well… I’m no expert, but here’s how I think it’s supposed to be pronounced: shock-shoo-kah. I should note that the feta adds a lovely creaminess to the dish, but if you’re dairy-free or paleo you can easily leave the cheese out.
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