Shakshouka is one of my favourite special breakfast meals to make. Essentially it is eggs poached in a tomato sauce with chilli peppers, onions and spices. So delicious!
I love eggs for breakfast and this shakshouka is an amazing way to enjoy them for breakfast that is a little different than your standard scrambled, poached or fried ways!
Eggs are a great source of protein and they are packed full of vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids and healthy fats.
They are great to have for breakfast as they tend to fill you up nicely and are such a healthier alternative to cereal, toast and (traditional) pancakes.
On my look out for different ways to eat eggs, I came across two that I like in particular, one being this Shakshouka and the other a Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash.
For those who may not have heard of a Shakshouka before – it is a popular meal in Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia – and essentially it is eggs poached in a tomato sauce with chilli peppers, onions and spices.
I found a really good recipe on Eat Drink Paleo and adapted it slightly.
I hope you enjoy it!