Shakshuka is a very classic breakfast in Israel and is a signature dish in Israel. Shakshuka's ingredients: the right amount of olive oil, one onion, the right amount of garlic, one or two green peppers, one tomato, the right amount of salt, the amount of chili powder, two eggs.
How to make Shakshuka: First, pour olive oil, onions, garlic, and stir-fry in a preheated pan. Then add green peppers and tomatoes and stir fry for about three minutes (all diced, tomatoes must be simmered and peeled). Next, add salt, chili powder, chili and other seasonings (when watching the video, I saw a lot of chili powder, but I was surprised, but I didn't feel spicy when I was eating). You can put some black pepper and watch your preferences like you. Finally, put the eggs on, and simmer for a while.
If the dish is dry but the eggs are not cooked during the making process, you can add a small amount of water along the side of the pot and cover the lid to ensure that the cookedness of the dish and the egg is just right. Sprinkle with shallots and parsley before the pan. The Israeli breakfast Shakshuka is a perfect combination of the sweetness of the egg and the sour taste of the tomato and the spicy taste of the paprika.