Fancy a little culinary trip to Israel? Despite its North African origins, shakshuka is something of a national dish in Israel, even if it is eaten primarily for breakfast. Irrespective of when you choose to enjoy this dish, the fine spices and healthy ingredients make shakshuka a very special treat. And it's traditionally eaten straight from the pan, which means less washing up!
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How it's done
Heat the oil in a large frying pan. Stir fry the asparagus for approx. 5 mins. Add the tomatoes, season, simmer for approx. 5 mins. Stir in the spinach.
Using a tablespoon, make 8 wells in the sauce. Crack the eggs one at a time, slide them carefully into the wells. Cover and leave to solidify for approx. 12 mins., season the eggs with salt.
|Serve with:||Toasted baguette.|
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