Ola amigos! Today I bring to you a mixture of two of my favorite things brunch and Mexican food A Mexican Shakshuka. I bloody love a good Mexican feast it’s the perfect cuisine for any time of day. It’s a crowd-pleser and Mexico is also the birthplace of my one true love Tequila! Did someone say margaritas?
If you’re feeling frisky you can pair this recipe with some banging margies, get your mates round and have good ole boozy brunch without the large price tag.
I highly recommend the boozy brunch options day drinking is a revolution! All this chat about margaritas and now I’m frothing for one, thirsty Thursday potentially on the cards.
Anywho back to the food, Shakshuka is traditionally a Middle Eastern and North African dish that consists of poached eggs in a tomato sauce with a bunch of herbs and spices and all that jazz. I’m a massive fan of the O.G Shakshuka bro but this Mexican Shakshuka takes da biscuit. (how many times can I say shakshuka right)
It’s pretty simple to make and doesn’t take too much effort or time, it’s a good one to wap out the morning after if you want to impress someone with your skills in the kitchen, serve it with a margarita and they’ll be frothing all over you.
Or show yourself some loving and treat yo self to this pimped out brekky on a satdee morning to get you moving and grooving to kick off your weekend.
You only need the one pan so the clean up is super quick, which is always a bonus.
I’m a fan, my old mates a fan and you’ll be a fan too, unless you f**k it up then you might not be, it’s pretty hard to f**k up though!
My only point would be don’t put the eggs in to poach in the sauce then wander off and dick around for a bit because then the yolk goes hard, and I don’t know about you but I hate hard yolks! Happened to me a couple times (I get distracted really easy) eggs cook pretty quickly so just keep an eye on them babies.
I’ll wrap up my rambling for the night, get you’re cooking hats on party people give it a whirl and remember to keep on cooking good looking.