Special Diet - Created Date : 1.9.2019

Ohemgeeee, I love your breakfast! I'm not sure if the food is its own ...

Ohemgeeee, I love your breakfast! I'm not sure if the food is its own ...



Ohemgeeee, I love your breakfast! I'm not sure if the food is its own (even if I love high quality eggs in every form) or because I'm really excited, it's the first meal of the day. Either way, breakfast makes me happy and Mexican makes me even happier. If Huevos Racheros is on the brunch menu, I don't even think of ordering anything else.

Mexico Paleo Shakshuka Recipe

I sent this recipe to my e-mail subscribers a week ago, but a few people who have missed ask this, here it is! I love Shakshukas because they are not only home-like and delicious, but also very beautiful. There is nothing better than looking at bright yellow eggs boiled with a delicious red tomato sauce. I know that Shakshukas comes from the Middle East, but I do not see anything wrong by putting Mexican spices, spices, olives and avocados (and cheeses) on it!

Easy, A Dish Dish!

The best thing about this Mexican Paleo Shakshuka is that they have a single pot of food, so it's easy to clean (alone makes it a wonderful meal in my book). It's also a great thing to make friends and family because it's easy to put together, but it's very stylish and colorful to look at! If you finish doing this, please let me know how this happened. I love reading all the comments and comments in my recipes!

Instructions

Add the onion and stir and cook for about 5 minutes until it becomes translucent.

Add the garlic and chopped pepper and cook for 5 minutes until soft.

Add tomato paste, red pepper powder, cumin, thyme and red pepper and mix with vegetables for about 1 minute.

Add chopped tomatoes with salt and pepper, stir and simmer. Reduce the heat to medium and cook for 8 minutes until the sauce begins to decrease.

Mix the sliced ??black olives and spread over the sauce without wrapping the egg yolk. Make sure they are evenly spaced on the sauce.

Bring the heat to low, cover the pan and cook for 8-10 minutes depending on how much you want to pour the egg yolk.

If you use the cheese, place it on the eggs and cover for another 30 seconds to dissolve completely.

Take off the fire and decorate with avocado slices and chopped coriander.

Serve with hot bread or eat on your own!

Nutrition Facts

Mexico Paleo Shakshuka

Amount per Serving (1 portion)

Calories 356 Calories in Fat 225

% Daily value *

Total Fat 25g38%

Saturated Fat 11.555%

Cholesterol 327mg109%

Sodium 806mg34%

Potassium 972mg28%

Total Carbohydrates% 21g7

Dietary Fiber% 7g28

Candies 10g

Protein 15g30%

A52% Vitamin

% C99.1 Vitamin

Calcium15.5%

Iron28.9%

* Percentage of Daily Values ??is based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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