Paleo(ish) Italian Shakshouka Paleo(ish) Italian Shakshouka

Paleo(ish) Italian Shakshouka

Get ready for the easiest freaking meal of your life, Paleo (ish) Italian Shakshouka! Shakshouka is a dish that originates from Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. It’s basically eggs poached in some type of tomato sauce. AKA delicious, easy, and filling both emotionally and physically!


In this recipe I used Pasta Jay’s Tomato Basil Sauce, which made this recipe fast, easy, and totally delicious! Since this is a more “Italian” style tomato sauce than the traditional, I decided to take it all the way that route by adding in pasta! I used a lentil pasta that is GF, DF, and totally delicious. Not into grains or legumes, Throw in some zucchini noodles or forego the noodle portion altogether!

 
Ingredients


How to Make

STEP 1: Cook pasta according to package instructions.

STEP 2: Pour Pasta Jay's Tomato Basil Sauce into pan or cast iron.

STEP 3: Once the tomato sauce is bubbling, crack the eggs in and cover.

STEP 4: Turn the heat to low and cook for around 5 minutes, or until eggs area at desired consistency. We recommend waiting until the top has just turned white and yolk is still runny.

STEP 5: Once this occurs, turn off the heat, top with basil, and enjoy with pasta!

       

      Recipe and image by Holistic Rendezvous

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