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Shakshouka 2.0

Heya guys!

Have you stopped trying new recipes? Still baking banana bread? Nope? Yeah, I figured as much. Here’s a pretty quick brunch meal to shorten your cooking time (& eating time). Shakshouka 2.0 is the egg dish you never knew you needed. Plus, you can always put your own spin on it. Add veggies, add meats, add your own favourite cheeses. It’s still gonna be hella tasty, try it out on your next brunch!

Ingredients:

  • 1 tsp garlic 
  • 1/2 tsp paprika 
  • 1/2 tsp Black pepper
  • 1/2 mixed herbs 
  • Sprinkle of herbal sea salt
  • 3 tomatoes blanched  and grated
  • 1/2 cup grated cheese 
  • 1 large onion 
  • 1 hotdog 
  • 2 eggs 
  • 1 tbsp Honey 
  • Spring onion for garnish 

Method:

1. Fry onions and garlic over medium heat in a pan with Olive oil. Add honey and cook until onions are starting to brown.

2. Add in tomatoes followed by the spices.

3. Stir and cover with a lid for one minute to allow tomatoes to cook for a bit. Add in the chopped hotdog and leave to cook for another minute.

4. Make two holes in the tomato sauce where you want your eggs to be, pour them in (sprinkle sea salt over the eggs).

5. Sprinkle cheddar cheese over the tomato/hot-dog mixture. 

6. Turn the burner to its lowest setting and cover the pan with a lid. Leave to cook until you preferred level of “cooked” egg. (I like mine slightly runny so I kept it 2 minutes.)

7. Once it’s done, garnish with chopped spring onions or dhania. 
8. Serve hot with toast.

If you manage to try out this quick & easy brunch dish, please mention/tag @kenyan__belle on Instagram or Pinterest!

Stay safe & above all else, don’t lose hope.

Cheers,

Ivy xx

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My name is Ivy Mabelle. Founder of this blog. I’m a twenty-something year old Kenyan, law graduate who occasionally cooks and writes. I’ve got many interests that I write about on here and hope someone else might enjoy too. xx

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Collins

This one has gotten me ?. Simple. Thank you!

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Ivy

Heya Collins!
Anytime, can’t wait for you to try it out.?

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Paulette

Ideal Sunday brunch. Giving this a try tomorrow.
*May have to substitute hotdog with chicken sausages though 🙂

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Ivy

Aah yes! It would work really well with sausages too! ?

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Saucy Flair

Yummm!!!! Looks delicious Ivy!!!!

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Ivy

Thank youuuu! ?

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Morris

Looks yummy. Looking forward to trying out this one over the weekend.

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Ivy

Thank you! Let me know how it goes! ?

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Gloria

Your food photography is on point! It looks so yummy! Gotta try this this week!

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