Eggs in Purgatory while Cleaning out the Fridge
This is a version of Eggs in Purgatory I made while cleaning out the fridge. Eggs in Purgatory is a variation of Shakshuka, a Middle Eastern dish with baked eggs in tomatoes. I found out that you don't necessarily need to bake because you can heat it up on the stove.
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What I used:
- Tomato sauce
- Garlic powder
- Caramelized onion
- Fresh basil (torn)
I seared the sausage and spinach and oil in a little oil. I ground up the sausage into little pieces. After a few minutes, I added the tomato sauce and sprinkled some garlic powder.
After the tomato sauce warmed up, then I used the back of a spoon to make 2 holes or depressionsfor the eggs. I cracked 1 egg into each hole (right photo). Then I covered the pan with a lid to help the eggs cooked.
Once the eggs were cooked, then I sprinkled some feta and added some torn basil.
Good and pretty breakfast that cleaned out the fridge! You can eat it with toasted French bread.
Give it a try! We are good at this!