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Classic Shakshuka

One of the highlights is Shakshuka, a middle-eastern dish that’s made by poaching eggs in a flavorful tomato sauce.#recipe

from Ottolenghi

Labneh with olives, pistachios and oregano

Labneh with olives, pistachios and oregano I Ottolenghi recipes online I Try your hand at turning yoghurt into a luxurious Middle-eastern cheese. It may seem a bit technical but it isn’t really, providing you get started a day ahead. Serve the labneh wit


Halva Overnight Oats Halva is a delicious, dense Middle Eastern dessert made mainly of Tahini (sesame paste) and sugar, sometimes with the addition of pistachios. I vividly remember the taste and the flakey, crumbly texture of…

from Family-Friends-Food

Israeli chopped vegetable salad

Diced fresh, ripe vegetables, lightly dressed with olive oil, lemon juice & herbs - delicious! Serve with falafel, shakshuka, or even eat it for breakfast!

from Nourish Atelier

Shakshuka - you will love her!

Shakshuka is the darling of foodie media since a little while, if you go by instagram likes and comments it doesn't seem to be slowing down, in fact in my small and unscientific observation, its just as trendy as well known street food like burgers and pizzas! I first heard about Shakshuka when I interviewed Yotam Ottolenghi two years ago, (starstruck, he is my idol). He revealed that Shakshuka was his favorite dish from his own books, or at least one that he wanted to see becoming...

from delicious. magazine

Green shakshuka with brown butter yogurt

Shake up the classic tomato shakshuka recipe with layers of fresh greens, finished off with fried shallots. It makes for a great vegetarian centre piece.

from Bloglovin’

How to Make an Israeli Breakfast (Camille Styles)

How to Make an Israeli Breakfast | Camille Styles | Bloglovin’

from Tori Avey


Shakshuka can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For breakfast, serve with warm crusty bread or pita that can be dipped into the sauce (if you’re gluten-intolerant or celebrating Passover, skip the bread). For dinner, serve with a green side salad for a light, easy meal.


My Kind of Breakfast!! Lebna, tomatoes/cucumbers/mint, eggs, kalamata olives, and humus with pita bread...doesn't get better than that!

from Family-Friends-Food

Aubergine (eggplant) shakshuka

A spicy, garlicky, saucy shakshuka with aubergine (eggplant) that makes a great breakfast, brunch or dinner! Serve with pita bread to soak up the sauce.