Traditional shakshuka, a delicious dish of eggs poached in a heavily seasoned tomato sauce, made in 15 minutes thanks to an easy, ready-to-go jar!
This recipe is sponsored by Mina.
Shakshuka has become a total staple in my life in the past year. I fell in love after creating my Mexican style shakshuka recipe last winter, and never looked back. But, as much as I love a good twist on a classic, sometimes the traditional route is just as good. This easy, traditional shakshuka is as an easier version of the Mexican one, thanks to my Mina friends. Their shakshuka comes in a ready-to-go jar and is literally packed with flavor! It’s made with all natural ingredients, like tomatoes, olive oil, peppers, onions, garlic, and plenty of Moroccan spices.
This traditional shakshuka is super easy to make! You simply pour the jar of Mina shakshuka into a skillet and let it simmer for 10 minutes. Then use your spoon to make a small “cubby” for your eggs and crack them in. Then cover and let cook for a few minutes, until your eggs are set. My favorite way to eat this shakshuka is with goat cheese and chives on a really good piece of sourdough! Mina Shakshuka can be found at Whole Foods, Thrive Market, Amazon, and on their website!
- 1 jar Mina Shakshuka
- 4 eggs
- Goat cheese
- Turn a skillet to medium heat and pour in a jar of Mina shakshuka.
- Let it simmer for 10 minutes and then use your spoon to create egg "cubbies" in the shakshuka sauce.
- Crack the eggs into the divets and cover. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, or until your eggs are set. (I like mine runny!)
- Place shakshuka on a slice of warm sourdough and top with goat cheese, chives, and flaky sea salt!
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