Shekshouka (aka Chakchouka) is a dish of North African origin. Some cook it with an egg; my family cooked a different version of it, made of tomatoes and roasted peppers. As you will see, it is a nice and healthy dish. We eat it different ways: with bread, in crepes with some goat cheese (incredibly good) or as a side dish.
Recipe - side dish:
- olive oil.
- a spoon of garlic.
- 24 oz roasted red pepper
- 30 oz diced tomatoes or 4 tomatoes.
Cut the tomatoes and red peppers in small cubes. Put all the ingredients in a pan and cook at medium heat for 2 hours. Add water from time to time so the tomatoes and pepper do not attach to the bottom of the pan.
Et Voila! You can also eat it hot or cold.
Enjoy (I did)!
And remember: I just want to eat!