Shakshuka sauce is a typical Middle Eastern recipe. The sauce is made up of tomatoes, peppers, garlic, onions, cumin, and spices. This sauce is traditionally used when cooking eggs over low heat, but it is also suitable for sandwiches, pizza, hamburgers, piadina flatbread, and as a condiment for first courses and an aperitif.
Shakshuka is a typical recipe from Israel and North Africa. It is a sauce made of tomatoes, peppers, garlic, and spices. According to the traditional recipe, it is used for cooking eggs over low heat, however, it is ideal for stuffing sandwiches, pizzas, hamburgers, and piadinas, as a condiment for first courses and for accompanying aperitifs.