This is a quick and easy version of an Israeli dish called shakshuka. This version is a great weeknight dish that can be pulled together from pantry staples. Love when I don't have to shop on the way home from work.
Hilary’s Heavenly Eggs
From EatingWell: March/April 2010
This unusual combination of eggs braised in tomato sauce served on crusty bread is out of this world. Also try it over angel hair pasta. Serve with: Steamed broccolini.
11 Reviews for Hilary’s Heavenly Eggs
This was unusual, but I figured, people eat eggs with ketchup-- why not marinara? I'm glad I tried it. I overcooked the eggs the first couple times (I usually eat scrambled) but then I got it down. This was really flavorful and I will be making it again and again!
This really was a great, easy and very tasty dinner! I took the advice to make some hashbrowns on the side and I also did not use the pancetta. I did use a spicy tomato basil sauce to add some bold flavor to the mix and i really just lined the bottom of the pan with the sauce so it wouldn't be too overwhelming. I also only added some olive oil and fresh minced garlic before the sauce. Overall although it may not look traditional I proved my skeptics wrong and they can't wait for me to make it again!
Served this for Easter breakfast. Everyone loved it. Used fresh ingredients (tomatoes, red & green pepper)
instead of marinara sauce. No meat. No other changes. Served on hash browned potatoes (Simply Potatoes brand browned in a little olive oil, salt & pepper). Amazing & simple.