Low Budget Recipe: Shakshuka with only Pantry Staple 6 ingredients (Recipe in Comments)

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  1. Hi r/budgetfood. Here’s a recipe for Shakshuka. A dish that’s very budget friendly and can be eaten any time, breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Normally it can include more spices, but I wanted to keep the ingredient list under 6 items (not including water, oil or salt). This is for a challenge of making dishes with up to 6 ingredients that costs less than $6. Made a video of myself cooking it with instructions.

    Take a look here if interested: [https://youtu.be/7jcfcFrvMTk](https://youtu.be/7jcfcFrvMTk)

    Ingredients:

    * ½ Medium Onion ($0.35)
    * 1 Red Bell Pepper ($0.99)
    * 1 ½ tsp Paprika ($0.08)
    * 1 ½ tsp Cumin ($0.03)
    * 1 tsp Salt ($0.16)
    * 28oz Can Diced Tomatoes ($1.99)
    * 6 Eggs ($0.85)

    Total: $4.45

    Directions:

    1. Dice the onion and pepper
    2. Add the onions and some oil to a pan on medium high heat, cook until the onions get some golden brown color
    3. Add the diced peppers and the spice with a drizzle of more oil, cook until the peppers are softened
    4. Add the can of tomatoes and a but of water (use the water to rinse out the can) and bring to pan to a boil
    5. Once boiling, lower the heat to a gentle simmer and let it cook down uncovered
    6. In the meantime crack the eggs. It’s best to crack the eggs one at a time in one bowl and pour it afterwards into another, larger bowl. This way if you get a broken yolk, you can discard if desired
    7. Once the Vegetable Mixture/Sauce has cooked down into a thick salsa and you can draw a line with a spoon on the bottom of the pan, make indentations in the sauce for where the eggs will go
    8. Pour the eggs into those indentations, slowly and carefully to ensure they pour our one at a time
    9. Cover and let simmer for 4 mins for runny eggs, longer for more firm one
    10. Serve it up and enjoy!

    Let me know if you decide to give this a shot and how it goes for you!

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