Shakshuka with hot dogs. I am even going to make it again for lunch today! If you love digging into a heaping bowl of pasta, then let me introduce you to your new favorite meal. Shakshuka is a one-skillet dish that's popular in Middle Eastern countries.
Shakshuka is a quick, simple, and delicious breakfast dish. Here is our recipe using Fullblood Wagyu Hot Italian Sausage and Feta cheese. Return the brown/cooked Fullblood Wagyu Hot Italian sausage to the skillet as well. You can have Shakshuka with hot dogs using 11 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Shakshuka with hot dogs
- Prepare 1 tbsp of olive oil.
- It’s 3 tsp of minced garlic (about 3 cloves).
- You need 10 oz of frozen pepper and onion stir fry mix.
- It’s 1 tsp of cumin.
- You need 1 tsp of smoked paprika.
- You need 1/4 tsp of cayenne (adjust according to taste).
- Prepare 3/4 tsp of salt.
- You need 1/4 tsp of pepper.
- Prepare 6 of beef hot dogs, sliced thin.
- Prepare 32 oz of canned tomatoes, with juices.
- It’s 6 of large eggs.
Stir to combine, and season everything with salt and freshly ground. I had never heard of Shakshuka until I saw it in the comments of a "Chinese tomato and egg stir fry" post a little while back. I watched the video below Shakshuka originated from my family's heritage. For added depth of flavor, my mom adds sliced hot dog pieces while cooking the onions in the first.
Shakshuka with hot dogs instructions
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Heat olive oil in a large oven safe frying pan over medium-high heat.
- Saute garlic and stir fry mix until soft, about 5-7 mins.
- Stir in cumin, paprika, cayenne, salt, pepper. Cook for 2 mins..
- Add hot dogs and cook for 5 mins..
- Reduce heat. Stir in tomatoes and simmer 12 mins..
- Remove from heat. Crack 6 eggs on top of tomato mixture..
- Bake for 7-10 minutes until eggs start to set. Remove from oven before fully set as they will continue to cook from the heat of the tomatoes. Let stand 3 minutes..
- Sprinkle with salt and pepper and serve..
The trickiest part of the shakshuka is also the most eye-catching: When the mixture is thick enough to hold a mild indentation, make a small hole/ditch for each egg. Cracking eggs right in there could possibly lead to shells, or broken yolks, so (depending on your egg skills), use a separate bowl or. Everyone knows what a hot dog is, and there's an expected price. And I also don't feel comfortable charging any more than we already do for a hot dog. But unfortunately, in terms of a brick-and-mortar operation, that cost would really need to go up.