Eggs, pita, and merguez but the skillet is optional
Step aside falafel, there’s a new Middle Eastern dish that’s all the rage right now and it’s called shakshuka. For those who didn’t grow up with it, shakshuka is a breakfast dish comprised of a tomato-based stew, spicy sausage (though not always), and an egg or two cracked on top.
Everything gets cooked in a skillet and generally comes served with a side of pita. It’s warm, filling, and delicious. Here’s a guide to 14 of the best shakshuka dishes in LA right now, updated for 2017.
“15 Soulful Shakshukas to Try Around Los Angeles, 2017 Edition.” Eater LA – All. https://la.eater.com/maps/best-shakshuka-los-angeles-map-tomato-stew.