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3 Shakshuka Recipes to Shake Up Breakfast

Dec 13, 2020 ByLaura Lee

Whether you are a world-class chef entertaining guests at dinner parties every weekend or can’t determine the difference between a spatula and a can opener, there’s a good chance you’ve got eggs in your kitchen. Whether they’re your go-to for a protein-filled breakfast or a last-minute dinner, eggs are a lifesaver and every chef’s friend. But sometimes plain off sunny-side-up is getting old and scrambled is just too boring- we got you. It’s time to venture into the world is shakshuka! This Israeli dish consists of eggs in a tomato sauce, with all sorts of flavor possibilities. Scroll down for a few shakshuka recipes that’ll rock your world.

Green Shakshuka with kale and collard greens

Sometimes it can be hard to get your daily allowance of greens in every day, so this is the perfect dish to check off all your nutritional boxes. This wholesome shakshuka is a hearty meal that will keep you full for a long while after. Filled with kale, collard greens, and sunny side up eggs, this green shakshuka is a healthy dish that’s ready in just 30 minutes!

Smoky White bean Shakshuka

This recipe has everything for everyone- veggies and protein galore! It’s also vegetarian friendly. This rich, sauce dish is full of smoky spices, hearty beans, and delicious eggs. Don’t forget to get yourself some bread for dipping and scooping up every last drop of tomato sauce!

Roasted Eggplant Shakshuka

If traditional shakshuka doesn’t float your boat, then definitely try adding in ingredients like roasted eggplant. Serve over a top of rice and you’ll have a delicious feast. Featuring paprika, cumin, parsley, and coriander with roasted eggplant in a warm tomato sauce, baked eggs, and crumbled feta, there’s nothing like it! Slice the eggplant into 2-inch rounds and brush each side with olive oil. Place in the oven and bake for about 25 minutes, turning over after 15 minutes so both sides cook evenly. Then just cook the rest of the dish as normal!