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Shakshuka Bowl

Happy Thursday everyone! Why are we in such a good mood today? Well, like every Thursday, today marks the release of a whole new menu of tasty treats for you next week. We just get really excited about that, you know? But, that’s not all. Tonight we’ve got some serious flavor in store for ya. Shakshuka. Technically, this may not be actual shakshuka- because there aren’t any eggs in it. We decided that eggs probably wouldn’t travel/reheat well, so we left them out. Not to worry. In their absence, we had plenty of room for roasted veggies to swim in a smoky sweet tomato sauce- honestly way better than a couple eggs if you ask me. And the beauty of it all? You can just add your own eggs. Or not. It’s really up to you. I’m probably not going to add eggs. But hey, you’re in charge. Lots of farm veggies have been roasted and sauced up for your entertainment tonight, and we plated all that deliciousness up on a bed of fluffy basmati rice. For extra saucy creamy goodness, we’ve provided you with one of our favorite sauces ever- the infamous lemon yogurt sauce. Studded with sumac berries, this aromatic, tangy sweet sauce brings balance and life to the dish in a truly beautiful way. To reheat, simply microwave everything (minus the ramekin of sauce) until it’s nice and hot! Alternatively, you can bake it in the oven, and crack an egg or two on there for the true shakshuka experience. Either way, once it’s hot, slather it with yogurt sauce, and dig in. Enjoy!


If you got harissa pork meatballs:

There’s a first time for everything, and tonight we are happy to bring you the first ever pork meatballs that we’ve done at WECO. Excited?! Who doesn’t get excited about meatballs! Probably not you- because if you ordered these, you know how delicious they are gonna be. Ground pork meatballs, with a sultry, smoky, spicy seasoning, have been roasted to perfection for taking your shakshuka to the next level. To reheat, simply microwave or bake with the bowl of shakshuka till they are nice and hot. That’s it. Pro tip: meatballs + yogurt = success. 



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