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Oct 18, 2011

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Alan Winter

Awesome! I don't think I've ever had them. Something new to try!

Rinat

It's looks really good, we are preparing something very similar, we are preparing tomato sauce with lots of garlic,onion and sweet red peppers, we also add one hot red pepper but that's usually to hot for the kids (and for myself)than when the sauce is tasty we add the eggs to the sauce pan and cover it for few minutes, we call it shkshuka and it's great!

Sam

Looks incredible! I think I'm going to treat the family to this one day soon

Dave

I have always had problems finding unique recipes for breakfast. thanks to your site I have now found simple but great recipes for breakfast.

Jose Ant chitense

I like it. It is a very energetic breakfast. How often would recommend taking it? Thanks.

francisco jimenez

It`s really good. I have prepared tomato sauce very similar but I have added garlic and leek.Thanks to your site.

Margaret

You are still turning out the most amazing food. Hope all is good your side of the world.
Happy Christmas and New Year to you and your family.

Simon

A perfect breakfast, maybe with just the addition of a Bloody Mary. I want these eggs.

Melanie

this looks amazing! My mouth is watering from your pics. Can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing!
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