Homemade Shakshouka aka Tomato Sauce Poached Eggs (Recipe by Marina)
Traditionally, shakshouka is a dish of Middle Eastern descent, which is made up of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, and often spiced with cumin. It’s really popular in Israel and many Israelis have taken this dish abroad to their expat restaurants. In fact, that is exactly how I came upon it.
While my parents were vacationing in the Carribean, they came upon an Israeli restaurant that served this dish for breakfast. My mother loved it and was able to recreate it upon her return. I then stole it from her and have made my own version of it. While it is typically baked in the oven, slowly, over a period of twenty minutes, I have been able to get the same results stove-top in under ten.
Here’s my version of Shakshouka.
So so so delicious! Try it!
Tomato Slices with Garlic Mayo (Recipe by Marina)
This is a really great dish when you want something light that still packs a lot of flavor. This is a traditional Russian recipe that we always have on the table for New Year’s and Birthdays. We serve it as an appetizer as well as a side dish. Try it for yourself!
This is a beautiful and delicious dish. Try it!
Creamy Cheesy Spice Rice (Recipe by Marina)
This is so delicious when you have nothing in your fridge but still want something yummy. I actually make rice specifically for this dish. Try it even if it seems strange, it’s amazing!
Try it! :D
Macaroni and Cauliflower Cheese Bake (Jamie Oliver in Jamie’s Food Revolution, pg. 49)
This dish is so good and addicting. My family eats the entire thing in practically one go. Yum yum. :)