Eggs in Purgatory
Soft-cooked eggs swam in a robust tomato sauce with a zesty kick. Eggs in Purgatory (also called “Italian shakshuka”) is a healthy one-pan meal that you’ll be happy to gobble for a lazy weekend brunch or an outstanding, unexpected weeknight dinner.
Why You’ll Love This Italian Shakshuka Recipe
- Rustic Yet Indulgent. The rustic nature of Eggs in Purgatory and its earnestness speak to me each time I eat it. This healthy meal is made even more indulgent by the robust sauce that mixes with the creamy yolks.
- Easy than It Looks (I Promise!). If the thought of cooking eggs makes you nervous because you’re never able to get them, Just rightEggs in Purgatory can be a game-changer. Because you’re not cooking the eggs on the direct heat of the skillet, they’re much less likely to overcook. Instead, the sauce (and oven) gently heat them until they reach runny-yolk-perfection.
- Breakfast or dinner: you decide. Since eggs in purgatory takes just 30 minutes to throw together, we eat it just as often for dinner as we do for brunch. As with Spinach Quiche and French Omelettes, it’s become a breakfast-for-dinner staple in our house.
- Healthy and Budget Friendly. Like this Chickpea Hash, Italian shakshuka is a…