Shakshuka Recipe | Best Breakfast Recipe | The Bombay Chef – Varun Inamdar

Learn how to make one of the world famous breakfast recipe Shakshuka at home with chef Varun Inamdar only on Get Curried.

Shakshuka is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, pepper and onions which is often spiced with cumin. Watch and learn this simple and quick breakfast recipe with Chef Varun Inamdar only on Get Curried.


1 tbsp oil
1 medium onion chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
1 medium red bell pepper, chopped
3 cups tomatoes (puree)
2 tsp chilli powder
1 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp mixed herbs
Salt to taste
5-6 nos eggs
Crushed pepper as required
1/2 tbsp fresh chopped parsley (optional, for garnish)


– Firstly blend tomatoes in a blender.
– Strain the tomato puree in order to get rid of the seeds and skin.
– Heat oil in a pan and add onion, red bell pepper and minced garlic. Mix them well.
– Add the tomato puree. Mix well.
– Add chilli powder, mixed herbs, salt, cumin powder and sugar.
– Allow it to cook for 10 to 12 minutes on a low flame.
– Break the eggs and place them carefully.
– Allow the eggs to cook. Sprinkle oil if needed.
– You may cover it with a lid so as to cook the eggs.
– Add chopped parsley (optional)
– Sprinkle crushed black pepper over it.

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Host : Varun Inamdar
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imtiyaz rehman says:


Rukhsana Shaikh says:

tamatar Ki chutney me ande dum kiye hai……a lot more Indian…..

Prafull Ambekar says:

So basically it is poached eggs in a tomato sauce.

Lal Media Magic says:

thanks for this recipe …


Fragosyriani is the back ground music…a famous Greek Rebetiko song!!!

ash man says:

if its tasty i will eat it be it Arabian and Israel or Jupiter’s dish 😀

ronika chakraborty says:

instead of parsley can i use coriender?? because i dt like the smell of parsley leaf


Varun inamdar – the food king

Tashif Hanif says:

not israeli but Arabs in general.

anu kuriakose says:

how will u serve in another dish

Faiza Nusrat says:

I made it tonight! It was awesome! Tnx for this amazing recipe..☺

Always Active says:

chutiy* , Plastic surgery karwa apne face ka

ainanor says:

we make this in Armenia but with different name..spanish make this dish too. every nation call this same dish with different names.

Mehnaz Abedi says:

is me jo oregano aur baki masale dale vo kya chiz h

bonkling says:

To all the people complaining about the country of origin, NO ONE CARES.

Arya Adarsh says:

is the yolk raw?

Swetank Sherlekar says:

it would be nice if you can plate it too, would give us an idea how to serve it.

Karan Patel says:

good recipe but the origin is african (libya, egyptian, tunisian, algerian and moroccan)…israel has nothing to do with the dish

anupam das says:

too much oil and sugar for breakfast!!!.Health goes for a toss

Hitesh Malhotra says:

This is why Mycountry chefs don’t make it global.. chutiya…..nobody purees the tomato for this dish…. u gotta let the toMato pieces sauce up in the pan with chunks. That’s the beauty of this dish. It’s not a ketchup shakshuka … and oregano? Gaandu!

C E says:

This is an Arab dish made by Muslims.

tripleterrific says:

Love Israel!

Camilia Naser says:

Shakshuka is an Arabic dish not Israeli

Geoffrey Smart says:

Ugh… blending the tomatoes. What are you doing?

Kratos says:

god bless indo-israel friendship keep sharing wonderful recipes dear chef, don’t bother with people’s misjudge

Kunal Sonawane says:


Kratos says:

muslims need to grow up

MIR ALI says:

you are not supposed to make a well all the way till the bottom of vessel , the well has to be just enough depth to hold the egg and with tomato puree lining the bottom of egg.

David Fields says:

Oh god, these comments -_- I’ve gone through this with people about paella, a dish that is part of my own heritage. With paella, Valencians like to take ownership and claim that their version is the only true paella even though it is made all across Spain with regional variations while also ignoring the historical fact that the basic process for cooking the rice was introduced by the Moors. Well it seems that Middle Eastern dishes are much the same, every sub region claims it as their own, ignoring it’s African origins. I’ve witness this sort of attitude about shwarma as well… SMH, I wish these people could get along and enjoy good food. I personally would have made it slightly differently, olive oil and crushed tomatoes for instance, but this looks perfectly delicious.

beautystaret says:

This made me feel so hungry even tho i just had some dinner!

Koray Biçer says:

Shakshuka is definitely originated from Middle Eastern. It does not matter who found or cooked first. Overall we are sharing many recipes even their names are the same so forget who have it and enjoy it.

Yaser Batal says:

Shakshuka is An Arabic is in Tunisia. Sudan. Saudi and gulf area and Syria ( though it has a different name ) .. Israelis stole it among the other thing they stole from Arabs

Anusha Kasthala says:

something different nice

TheFerrarirocher says:

Its Not an israeli dish!!! Its Arab food. Don’t indulge these thieves!!

abdul sathar abdul rahman says:

who else watch these types of things but never do it am i the only one

Makrand Nage says:

fuck off…..
if u cant give quantity..
finger ur ass bastard……..

Сергей Безфамильный says:


Remon van den Berg says:

The recipe says you only need one clove of garlic, but you seem to use much more.

Rani Sagar says:

Very nice sir. Thanks

illriginalized says:

Lol @ this Indian totally butchering everything about this dish.

Indians are great at scamming, frauding, lying, and stealing.

Wall Builder says:

for more authentic flavour use olive oil instead of canola

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