Shak-Shuka is a traditional North African dish originating in Tunisia. It means “mixture” or “shaken” in the Tunisian dialect of Arabic. Three simple ingredients (tomatoes, peppers, and onions) are lovingly cooked down, their flavors building into the ultimate comfort food that awakens memories and unites friends and family.
- Recommended Uses
Shak -Shuka can be used as an accompaniment to grilled fish or baked chicken and even as a pizza sauce. To make a unique, quick and easy meal that is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner: Gently heat Shak-Shuka in a wide pan. When it is hot, use the back of a spoon to make 3-4 “wells” in the sauce and gently crack in 3-4 eggs. Cover for several minutes, or finish it in the oven, until the eggs are cooked to desired doneness. Enjoy with plenty of bread.
These condiments do not have preservatives. To make them last longer: keep upright, top with olive oil upon opening (can do this every use if desired), and refrigerate.
Sweet piments, EVOO, onions, tomatoes, sundried tomatoes, sundried garlic, sundried piments, salt, coriander, caraway seeds.