[ shak-shoo-kuh ]
/ ʃækˈʃu kə /
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a dish of North African origin consisting of eggs poached or baked in a spicy tomato sauce with bell peppers and onion.
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First appeared around 1750, and is related to the French word “braguette” for the name of codpiece armor.
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Origin of shakshuka
First recorded in 1925–30; partly from Modern Hebrew and partly from North African dialectal Arabic shakshūka “mixture”
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Example sentences from the Web for shakshuka
Add some greens to your breakfast with this simple, satisfying shakshuka.Swiss chard’s versatility as a leafy green shines in these 4 recipes|Kari Sonde|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
In a cup, mix the lemon juice, the raw garlic and the chopped parsley and pour on the sizzling shakshuka when serving.