Lior's Shakshuka


At its core, shakshuka is eggs cooked in a simmering sauce. It’s one of Israel’s most popular dishes, and I grew up eating it at least once a week. I’ve taken this one-pan meal and come up with endless variations for the sauce and its uses. And remember that you don’t have to use up all the sauce at once. You can reheat only as much as you want to eat, whether it’s enough sauce for one egg, two, or more. Shakshuka is delicious any time of the day. no matter what, be sure to have some challah, flatbreads, or other bread on hand. You’ll want it to swipe up the sauce.