Shakshouka (also shakshuka) is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, often spiced with cumin. It is believed to have a Tunisian origin http://www.vahrehvah.com/paneer-egg-shakshuka Ingredients: Olive oil 1 tb Onion chopped 1 medium size n Garlic chopped 4 cloves Chilly powder 1 tb Salt Curry powder 1 ts Thyme pinch Tomato concasse 200 g Egg 6 n Mixed herbs ¼ ts Parsley 1 ts Sugar pinch Chicken stock ½ cup Paneer 150 g Directions: Heat olive oil in a pan add chopped onions, chopped garlic, sauté it, add chilly powder, salt, curry powder, thyme, tomato concasse, sugar, chicken stock, paneer, cook this for few minutes, switch off the flame and this mixture transfer to the oven proof dish and break the egg and pour on the top of the mixture side by side and sprinkle mixed herbs, bake them at 180 c for 10 minutes, sprinkle some parsley. Serve this with bread, chapatti. http://www.vahrehvah.com/Paneer+Egg+Shakshuka:8339 you can find detailed recipes at my website and also find many videos with recipes at http://www.vahrehvah.com/ simple easy and quick recipes and videos of Indian Pakistani and Asian Oriental foods "Reach vahrehvah at - Website - http://www.vahrehvah.com/ Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vahchef Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/VahChef.SanjayThumma Twitter - https://twitter.com/vahrehvah Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116066497483672434459 Flickr Photo - http://www.flickr.com/photos/23301754@N03/ Linkedin - http://lnkd.in/nq25sW Picasa Photos- http://picasaweb.google.com/118141140815684791742 Stumleupon http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/vahrehvah Tumblr http://vahrehvah.tumblr.com/ Blogger - http://vahrehvah.blogspot.in/"
Haseena Begam: I don't have mixed herbs
Laura Ellen: Looks so good. I love the Indian touch of curry and paneer!
Nikhil Chandvania: Waav nai lavde ! It's wow..
ainanor: its jewish breakfast shakshukah
inamoratasamazing: This looks absolutely delicious. I can guarantee I'll be making this at some point soon. This vid def gets a like and a subscription outta me!
Rohit Pillai: I don't have curry powder and is not available in any supermarkets and grocery stores in Mumbai so what can I substitute for this? ???
Barni Yamum: super awesome ;) will try it
Kaiser in the Kitchen: I like it. It looks better than mine :)
Greeting from my Youtube kitchen to yours :)
winter fall: wow! the outcome looks yummy but i never ever thought of shakshuka with curry powder and some kind of cheese?! :) thanks to this uncommon idea VahChef, :) one thing more i like is your curtain, ur kitchen sounds nationalist? ;)
Walid Obeid: My friend, this food was did only in Beirut city before long time.
Anil B K: Hi dear brother what is thyme
WiredTurkey316: I just made this for breakfast. Very tasty. Never thought of curry powder in a breakfast dish. Feel like I've lived such a sheltered life, lol. Thank you so much.
leutleut: how much garlic do y'all niggas use?
Juliet D.: easy recipe for yummy breakfast
Cyberdactyl: Looks too runny. Sort of like Shakshouka soup.
SaltyLasagna: y'all niggas use red or white onions?
Amira Mihaela: salam aleykum .. i want ask you on the end after put the egss.. itd a problem if i make in macnetron? not in normal forn ?
swapnil sinha: too good!! made it yesterday. my husband loved it. Thanks
TREMENDOUS!: +missynadia85 It's a Tunisian dish.
+Ala Moon It comes from Tunisia, we even have the last Name Chakhouk in Tunisia, it's very common.
Shakshek is Tunisian-Arabic slang for shake.
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