An easy and tasty dish to bring to the table the aromas of traditional Israeli.
The shakshuka is a very tasty dish typical Israeli cuisine. This recipe has its roots in reality in Algeria and Tunisia but then was brought to Israel by some Jewish immigrants during the Ottoman Empire. It ‘a special dish, cheerful and full of fragrances that boasts among its ingredients onion, garlic, tomatoes, peppers, spices and eggs. A unique mix of flavors that makes its full original meaning that comes from the Berber language, “mixture”.
Strictly accompanied by pita bread or rather, the typical Arabic bread, this dish should be absolutely end up with the classic “shoe” just to enjoy until the ‘last of its flavor and above all of his goodness!
Chopped tomatoes or 1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 cloves garlic
2 glasses of water
1 teaspoon cumin
1 red pepper
extra virgin olive oil
First you take a large skillet and pour in the oil and onion and started to brown it; then add the garlic and chilli and cook everything. Then add the chopped tomatoes, bell pepper, cut into pieces or strips and seeded interiors, tomato paste, water, and finally the cumin.
Stir well, add a pinch of salt and cook, taking care to put the flame low. When the sauce is almost ready and narrowed at the right point, add the lemon juice, stir and finally open the eggs being careful not to break them.
When the egg white will become your shakshuka will be ready!
Serve immediately at the table along with a lot of good bread and good appetite !!