Shakshuka and cake

We had a small surprise party for Hiromi’s birthday this morning. I made my shakshuka recipe (here) and replaced the eggplants with capsicum which the Japanese people call paprika and the American’s I’ve met here call bell pepper. It was a good choice because Hiromi’s French husband, Olivier is an amazing baker (Hugo et Leo). So, with the abundance of bread present, dipping, eating with hands and plate-cleaning via bread piece were all mandatory.
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3 comments

  1. HEARD Of shakshuka with tomato and spinach, but never with Eggplant! And in the morning when we rise? Please dear madela, how did you put that together?
    savyatseventy from Jerusalem

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