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Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

Mixing Two Worlds: This Ratatouille Shakshuka recipe is a delicious fusion of Mediterranean & French Cuisine. It is a combination of fresh eggs nestled in a bed of summer garden vegetables, that are ripe and sweet and simmered in a tomato sauce. Naturally gluten-free, it's a one-pan, all-day meal, that's healthy, delicious and so easy to make. Let's begin!

Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free
Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

Why you'll love this Ratatouille Shakshuka
  1. Flavor Fusion: Experience the best of both worlds as the robust, rustic flavors of Ratatouille blend seamlessly with the spicy, tomato-infused essence of Shakshuka. It's a culinary marriage made in food heaven.

  2. Vibrant Colors: Feast your eyes on a plate bursting with a rainbow of colors, thanks to the assortment of fresh vegetables in the Ratatouille base. The visual appeal adds an extra layer of enjoyment to your dining experience.

  3. Satisfying and Healthy: Packed with nutrient-dense vegetables and protein-rich eggs, this dish is a wholesome and satisfying meal. It's a delicious way to incorporate a variety of veggies into your diet.

  4. Versatile Dining: Whether you're looking for a show-stopping brunch, a cozy dinner, or a unique lunch option, Ratatouille Shakshuka fits the bill. Its versatility makes it suitable for any occasion.

  5. Easy One-Pan Wonder: It's so easy! Simplify your cooking routine with this one-pan wonder. The Ratatouille Shakshuka brings together complex flavors without the need for an elaborate cooking process or a multitude of dishes to clean up afterward.

  6. Perfect for Entertaining: Impress your guests with this gourmet dish that looks and tastes like it's straight out of a high-end restaurant. It's a conversation starter and a crowd-pleaser.

  7. Adaptable to all diets: It is naturally gluten-free, dairy-free and grain-free.


Watch How to Make It


This Ratatouille Shakshuka is a testament to the beauty of culinary fusion. This dish not only marries the best of French and Middle Eastern cuisines but also invites you to appreciate the harmony of flavours, textures, and colours on your plate. In summary, it's is not just a meal; it's an experience. From the first chop of vegetables to the last delicious bite, this fusion dish promises a journey of culinary satisfaction. Bon appétit!


Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free
Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

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Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free
Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

Serves 4

Prep 10 minutes

Cook 20 minutes


Pan Size 30cm


INGREDIENTS


Ratatouille:

4-6 eggs (I love using Yallamumdi Farm eggs)

400g can crushed tomatoes

400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed

1 large brown onion, sliced

1 medium eggplant, chopped

1 medium zucchini, chopped

1 small red capsicum chopped

1 small green or yellow capsicum chopped

¼ cup extra virgin olive oil


Seasonings:

½ teaspoon chilli flakes

½ teaspoon pepper

1 teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon dried marjoram or oregano


Serving options:

4 slices of toasted bread, gluten-free

1 avocado, diced

½ cup crumbled feta

Handful of fresh basil leaves


INSTRUCTIONS


1. Prepare the vegetables: In a wide pan and over medium heat, add the olive oil, onion, and eggplant and sauté for 3 minutes. Then add the zucchini, red capsicum, and yellow or green capsicum and sauté for a further 2 minutes, stirring occasionally until the vegetables begin to soften.


2. Cook the sauce: Next add the tomatoes, chickpeas, chilli flakes, marjoram (or oregano), sea salt, and pepper and stir through to combine well. Add a quarter of a cup of water to the can of tomatoes, swirl it around to collect any leftover tomato bits, and add it to the pan as well. Lightly simmer, cover with a lid, and cook for 10 minutes over a low heat, checking halfway and giving it a stir.


3. Add the eggs: With the back of a spoon, make 4-6 wells in the sauce and crack an egg into each well, season with sea salt and pepper, and cover the pan for 3-5 minutes to allow the eggs to set softly or firmly, as preferred.


4. To serve: Remove from the heat, serve with toasted gluten-free bread, and garnish with fresh basil leaves, feta, diced avocado, and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.

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Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free
Ratatouille Shakshuka, gluten-free

Recipe and Photography Margaret Pahos @CrteateCookShare


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