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Libyan Shakshouka and Ftat Misrati

Over the course of the last few years, Shakshouka has been a feature on many menus in the home and in restaurants that serve breakfast. Chances are that you have tried one like I have and they are pretty good. Have you ever tried to make it for yourself?

This week for our Amazing Africa study, we made a Libyan inspired version of the popular dish, but what really elevated the cultural experience for our family was making some Libyan bread, Ftat Misrati to go along with it.

Here are the recipes that I found to cook in our Cast Iron pans:

Libyan Shakshouka from Keesha’s Kitchen, a really fun website loaded with yummy food to try

Ftat Misrati from Libyan Food, a blog dedicated to cultural delicacies from Libya

I stuffed our Shakshouka with even more eggs to feed our family of 6.

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