Shakshuka with Garlicky Wilted Spinach

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      35 min

Appears in
Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less

By Melissa Joulwan

Published 2016

  • About

Shakshuka is huevos rancheros by way of the Sahara desert. It’s a stovetop casserole composed of cloud-like eggs that are lovingly simmered in a silken, spiced tomato sauce. The dish is an everyday breakfast or dinner in North African countries like Morocco, Egypt, and Tunisia—and it’s wildly popular in Israel, too, the result of Jewish immigration in the 1950s. In cafés, it’s often served in sizzling, individual-sized cast-iron skillets. Once you’ve tried shakshuka, you’ll find yourself da