Green Shakshuka

A Classic Mediterranean dish in a green herb sauce with tofu scramble and harissa potatoes.

Short history: There is some confusion about the origins of Shakshuka. Some believe that it came from Ottoman Turkey, while some believe it came from Morocco, and some think Yemen. Wherever it came from, Shakshuka is typical of the flavors of North Africa and Arab cuisine. The tomatoes and red peppers in this dish provide you with vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and magnesium, and the rice helps to lower cholesterol and prevent blood clots.

Reheating instructions: Warm in a pan over medium for 2 minutes or microwave on high for 2 minutes

Customer Comments:

“This dish really surprised me, I’ve never had anything like it. I heated it up expecting to eat only half, but ended up eating the whole thing! I could eat this everyday!” – Heather Ve. from Surprise

“Very flavorful… loved the tofu and total combination of vegetables.” – Mary Lee Ma. from Glendale

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