This dish called Shakshuka in Arabic and it means a “mess”.
It is one of the most known traditional dishes in the Middle East.
I remember growing up watching my mom make her delicious Shakshuka. I helped her prepare it so much and eating so much as well.
The Harissa (a paste made from red-hot chilies, cumin, and ton of other spices) is what gives it that signature delicious taste and depth of flavors.
All I can say about this dish is amazingly delicious!
.1 large Onion minced
.6 cloves of garlic minced
.6 Roma tomato minced
.7 large Eggs
.4 tbsp olive oil
.2 tbsp Butter
.1 tbsp Salt
.2 tsp Black Pepper
.1 tsp Cinnamon
.1 tsp crushed Red Pepper
.½ tbsp Harissa paste
.1 cup white Wine
.3 tbsp chopped fresh Cilantro
In a large sauté pan on high heat add olive oil and butter, add minced onion, salt and black pepper and sauté for about 3-4 minutes or until golden.
Add minced garlic and sauté for few seconds; add tomato, crushed red pepper, cinnamon, harissa paste, stir well and cook for 5 minutes.
Add white wine and cook covered for another 5 minutes.
With wooden spoon make seven wells, crack each egg in separate well, cover and cook on a low heat until the eggs are set, for about three minutes.
Sprinkle chopped cilantro on top and serve it family style with warm pita bread.