- Serves: 2 People
- Prep Time: 5 min
- Cooking: 15 min
- Difficulty: easy
Shakshuka is a traditional Israeli dish, which is usually served for breakfast with a slice of bread. I decided to cook something light and at the same time not quite usual for us and my choice was this dish. It turned out to be incredibly tasty and, best of all, made from the simplest ingredients! Frankly, I modified the traditional recipe a little bit, as I added mushrooms and zucchini. Yes, and I cooked it for dinner. But honestly, I cannot explaine how delicious it is!
- Finely chop the onion and fry in pre- heated frying pan with olive oil.
- Cut sweet pepper, zucchini into cubes and add to the onions. Salt, pepper and add paprika. Stir well.
- Cook over low heat for about 5-7 minutes.
- Add fried champignons. Stir it.
- In the meantime, take tomatoes: if the skin is thick, you can peel it. It is easily removed if the tomatoes are placed in hot water for a minute, making cross-shaped cuts on top.
- Grind tomatoes and grate garlic, and add to vegetables. Leave to cook over low heat for 5 minutes.
- Then, make 5 small holes, and add eggs there.
- Salt and cook until eggs are fully ready .
- In the end, sprinkle with herbs, and decorate the center of the dish with basil.
- Bon appetit!
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