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make a shakshuka

If you struggle to wake up in the mornings, we recommend a 300 decibel alarm clock or a spicy bowl of shakshuka. The spices are sure to blow the cobwebs away, and the tomatoes give you a good dose of potassium which is great for your heart.

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8 tomatoes, cut in quarters (tinned ones work fine too)

2 peppers, sliced into chunks 

1 onion, diced 

8 eggs (or for a vegan alternative, try firm tofu)

a handful of chopped coriander leaves  

4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 

1 tsp ground coriander  

1 tsp ground cumin 

½ tsp chilli flakes 

2 tbsp olive oil 

salt and pepper 

Step 1

Find a big pan with a lid, then heat the oil and gently fry the coriander, cumin, chilli flakes and garlic for a minute or so. 


Step 2

Add the onion, pepper, and tomato, then cook for a couple of minutes. Add half a glass of water and cook at a gentle heat for about 10 minutes until the sauce is thick and dark red. 


Step 3

Use the back of a spoon to make 8 shallow wells, then break an egg into each one. Pop the lid on and cook for a few minutes, until the whites of the eggs are set. Stick some toast on while you wait. 


Step 4

Add some salt and pepper, sprinkle on the coriander leaves, serve with the toast, and then feel very smug about not buying that alarm clock. 

complete meal

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stuff to do this summer

The sun is finally here (maybe), so enjoy the hottest (maybe) season with these shiny activities.