Does Anyone Know the Name of this Dish?

I was researching my first cast iron skillet purchase and came across this picture, wondering if anyone out there might know what this is.

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Looks like shakshuka.

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I’ve never heard of that, but I think I’ll give it a try. Thank you both for the help.

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There are also Spanish and/or Mexican dishes that are similar and probably derived from it, often named “huevos (fill in the blank)”, such as huevos rancheros.

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Could also be Italian eggs in purgatory.
There’s also a Greek egg in tomato dish called kagianas, as well as baked Portuguese eggs in tomato sauce.

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The image is from Williams-Sonoma, here is a link to a photo of the same dish from a different angle and the recipe (shakshuka).

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Looks like shakshouka, an awesome, easy-to-make, and endlessly variable Middle Eastern breakfast dish.

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I call it “Delicious”

Others may call it shakshuka or eggs in purgatory, but I just prefer “Delicious”

Don’t forget menemen!

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Or (more modern spelling) personsepersons :slight_smile:

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Also

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I hope the OP has learnt something new.

I like huevos a la flamenca, with jamón.

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