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Let’s Make the Perfect Israeli Shakshuka!

Though this popular Israeli dish might contain eggs, Israelis love it for dinner just as much as brunch. Some call it one of the most iconic dishes of Israel. Introduced to Israelis in the 1950s by Tunisian Jews, this dish now shows up on menus all over Israel with many different variations. Our friends at The Nosher show us how to make a simple, but tasty, version to cook at home.

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