Shakshouka // The lazy gals version…with chicken sausage.


I was totally intrigued when Esther posted this recipe.  And then of course, I had to try my “lazy gals” approach to it!  And…I added a little more protein, because…teenage boys and all.  It needs to be more filling!  All by itself, I LOVED it!  I served it over veggie pasta, so that it would appeal the masses (teenage boys/toddler girl), but I would have happily eaten it as is, and been totally satisfied and happy!Blog Easy Shakshouka with Chicken Sausage-1Ingredients

(serving size depends on how many you want to feed. I fed 5)

  • One medium size yellow onion
  • Tablespoon crushed garlic
  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • Jar of your favorite pasta sauce
  • 8 Chicken sausage (already cooked and diced)
  • Half of a large avocado or one small
  • 5 Eggs

What to do

  • In a sauce pan heat olive oil, garlic, and onions until onions are soft.
  • While those are heating, dice your chicken sausages into bite size pieces.
  • Add to onion mixture once onions are almost done and heat chicken sausages for a minute
  • Add pasta sauce and bring to a boil.Blog Easy Shakshouka with Chicken Sausage-3
  • Make a pocket and crack eggs into the pocket.  Cover and let cook for 6-8 minutes, or until eggs are cooked to your liking.  Garnish with sliced avocado and enjoy!Blog Easy Shakshouka with Chicken Sausage-1dit-elle-Lauren

2 thoughts on “Shakshouka // The lazy gals version…with chicken sausage.

    1. laurenkahan Post author

      Hi! Traditionally it’s got peppers, and you make the tomato sauce from scratch (oops, haha). Oddly, I always have peppers on hand, but happened to be out. I’m adding those in next time! Thanks so much for checking it out! I hope you like it if you decide to make it 🙂 xx Lauren

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