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First brought over by Tunisian Jews after the War of Independence, shakshuka has become a staple on menus of cafes and households across Israel. It’s a simple dish really, that’s also hearty - fresh tomatoes, garlic, chili peppers, spices, and eggs - all readily found in one’s kitchen. These days, shakshuka has undergone some renovations and can now be found in the same bowl with hummus aka Hummushuka (amazing); a tomato-less green variety with herbs and spinach (healthy and fresh); and even deconstructed on a plate (terrible idea). And if these sound appealing to you, as a variation on a theme, hold on to your tomatoes: because this lesson’s going to take shakshuka to a whole new level.
Mahane Yehuda Market, Jerusalem