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We've teamed up with @woodhillkitchen over on Instagram to bring you some delicious recipes you can whip up at home. It's all about Brunch at the weekends and this recipe is a great option for a lazy Sunday.

provided by Rosa Murray. Woodhill Kitchen.

Quick and easy, this delicious brunch idea is a must-try. Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish made with tomatoes, onions, garlic and peppers and seasoned with cumin, cayenne pepper and paprika. Although a great breakfast or brunch dish, it is also substantial enough for dinner too.


4 Garlic Cloves, Sliced

Half an onion, diced.

2 red or orange peppers, sliced

Fresh Coriander

2 tins chopped tomatoes

15 chopped cherry tomatoes

½ tsp Cayenne Pepper

½ tsp Cumin

½ tsp salt

½ tsp sugar

Black pepper to taste

1 tsp smoked paprika

6 eggs

Feta Cheese (optional)

Gently fry the sliced garlic.

Add the diced onion and continue to fry for 5 minutes.

Add the sliced peppers and a handful of chopped coriander stalks. Fry for five more minutes.

Add the tinned and cherry tomatoes and the spices to the pan together with a handful of chopped coriander leaves. Cook for 10 minutes, stirring until it is reduced a little.

Take off the head and make six little dips in the mixture. Crack your eggs into them.

Cook for around 10 minutes on a large hob ring (but low-medium heat), covered, until the eggs are poached to your taste.

Sprinkle a last handful of coriander over the mixture. You can also add some feta cheese. This is untraditional, but delicious.

Serve with warm bread to dip and mop up the tomatoes.

Meet Rosa

@woodhillkitchen began in June 2020 after deciding I could not take one more picture of my food to sit on my camera roll unseen by the world. Be it home cooked or eating out, there’s nothing I find more satisfying than good food and getting the perfect pic! Despite still working through lockdown, quieter weekends gave me the chance to experiment with new recipes and spend a little more time in the @woodhillkitchen. Proving vegetables don’t need to be boring and that cake is ALWAYS a good idea is my goal and I hope to encourage people to love their leftovers, shop small and support local businesses!