Shakshouka (shakshoka, chakchouka, shak-shouka, shak shouka) is a Tunisian and Israeli dish made of cooked tomatoes, peppers, spices and eggs. It is very similar to the Turkish dish Menemen and to the Latin American breakfast dish huevos rancheros.
In Israeli cuisine, the dish is made of eggs, tomatoes, and onions or garlic. Shakshouka is typically eaten with a pita, like many other Middle Eastern dishes, or with white bread that is dipped in it. Posted for ZWT#6
A tagine is the Moroccan equivalent of a stew, usually fragrant with spices and often piquant with preserved lemon. The name also refers to the earthenware dish with a conical-shaped lid that the dish is usually cooked in but you can cook this in a pan on the stove top also, you will have more evaporation than with a tagine, so add the other 1/2 cup of water if you need it
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