Moroccan Eggs


I made this for my last two house-guests and they’ve been requesting the recipe ever since. This is by far one of the most popular dishes in my breakfast repertoire, although note that it makes for a great lunch or dinner also. It’s called Moroccan Eggs, and the inspiration comes from a favorite variation (of the same name…) from Cafe Mogodor in the east village.  I’ve also incorporated some parts from even more original versions of this dish that I’ve experienced while traveling; in Israel I had a relative of this dish called Shakshouka, which means “to shake” – it is typically made a bit spicier.   Continue reading “Moroccan Eggs”