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How to Make Shakshuka - Middle Eastern Tomato Stew with Eggs

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Published on Aug 31, 2013

FudeHouse teamed up with Quinciple to cook shakshuka. A beautifully fragrant (za'atar) and flavorful (spicy) tomato stew with eggs from the Middle East.

So similar to your traditional Italian Sunday sauce - it's so easy to make. Israelis love to eat it for breakfast with pita, or something fluffy and crusty.

This recipe really highlights the tomato: fresh, paste, and canned. Along with peppers, onions, and a good amount of heat this egg dish will turn your brunch on it's head. It's a hangover helper.


More information on this recipe at www.FudeHouse.com

Learn more about having the farmer's market delivered to your door at www.Quinciple.com

Tattoos courtesy of Tattly.

Music courtesy of Audio Network.

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