- Robert Kedzlie
Michelin Guide has released a series of recipes from the world's best chefs.
The Michelin Guide, which names the best restaurants in the world every year, has been releasing new recipes every day. The cooking experts are teaching millions of people stuck at home how to perfect some extremely extravagant dishes, including honeycomb pudding and fettucine carbonara.
With millions in isolation without their favourite restaurants and takeaways, many are discovering their inner home cook. for the first time.
Julia Komp from restaurant Schloss Loersfeld, in Germany - which has one Michelin star, shared the Shakshuka recipe.
Julia said “Shakshuka is a popular Middle Eastern and North African dish. You’ll find it in Libya and Tunisia, and it’s become a staple dish in Israel. You can’t go wrong serving shakshuka for breakfast or brunch. It’s also great for lunch and dinner. Shakshuka is a simple one-pan meal that makes a statement”.
§ 2tbsp olive oil
§ 2 onions, chopped
§ 2 large red peppers, chopped
§ 3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
§ 1 red chilli, finely chopped
§ 2 tbsp tomato paste
§ Cumin/coriander seeds/smoked paprika powder/Baharat to taste
§ 400g crushed tomatoes
§ 2tbsp chopped fresh parsley/mint
§ Freshly ground pepper to taste
§ 5 to 6 large eggs
§ 100g crumbled feta
§ 100g chickpeas
§ 50g black olives
§ Heat up the olive oil in a big pan.
§ Add the chopped onions, garlic and chilli.
§ Add tomato paste.
§ Add all spices. Then add the crushed tomatoes
§ Cook and season with salt. Let it reduce a little.
§ Add chickpeas, olives and feta
§ Break the eggs into the pan and let them cook without mixing
Cook the eggs to your liking and serve.