Keto Southern Shakshuka Recipe [Perfect for Brunch]

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This powerfully tasty spin on shakshuka oven poaches eggs in collard greens, tomatoes, and jalapeno. It’s topped off with creamy goat cheese and makes a great breakfast to kickstart your day. This one-pan southern shakshuka makes for quick preparation and even faster cleanup.

The collard greens and tomato make a hearty base for the poached eggs. I don’t know about you, but poaching eggs in boiling water can feel a little intimidating. That’s why I love this method for making them in the oven with the sauce.

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Ingredients:
¼ cup olive oil
3 cups chopped collard greens
1 medium yellow onion, diced
1 medium jalapeño pepper, minced
½ medium green bell pepper, diced
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 tablespoon paprika
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
Salt and pepper, to taste
1 large (28-oz) can crushed tomatoes
6 large eggs
4 ounces goat cheese

Nutrition Summary: This makes a total of 6 servings of Keto Southern Shakshuka. Each serving comes out to be 291.45 Calories, 19.14g Fats, 11.94g Net Carbs, and 15.17g Protein.

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  1. Not sure what to think but I'll giver-a-go. Do you think using diced instead of crushed tomato would change it? I haven't eaten this before but think that may be better. I get the impression from the crushed/saucy appeareance it would be sweet and I'm not a really "sweet" person 🙂 (and I think the diced would be more savory) Thanks.

  2. Shakshuka is a very typical North African dish, where my Heritage / back ground is. We usually make it when we're in a rush to eat and have no time to prepare for bigger meal. I still make it today for my kids where I live in North America. The only difference is that we do add homemade Jerky meat and/or sausages; We also do not make it with barsley… I will try your recipe though 🤩🤩

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