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Brought to you by Jennifer Harrington
from Menopause Natural Solutions

This Shakshuka dish has North African and Middle Eastern origins.

Serves 2


4 eggs

2 cups fresh tomato – diced

1 tablespoons olive oil

½ brown onion

1 garlic clove

100g mushroom – sliced

½ red capsicum – de-seeded and diced

1 red chilli – deseeded and sliced

Pepper to taste

2 fresh coriander sprigs to garnish – roughly chopped


Heat oil in a pan and add onion, garlic, chilli, mushroom and capsicum. Cook stirring often. Add pepper to taste

Add the tomatoes, bring mixture to the boil. Cook for 5 minutes. Make 4 indents in the mixture and break an egg into each. Cook for 15 minutes or until egg whites are cooked.

Top with coriander and serve

About the Author

Jennifer Harrington

Jennifer Harrington

Menopause Natural Solutions

Jennifer is the clinical director and founder of Menopause Natural Solutions.

Jennifer’s interest in natural therapies started when she was diagnosed with PCOS in her early twenties and was told she may struggle to ever have children. Initially, she tried the oral contraceptive pill as prescribed by her doctor but this didn’t last long as she found the mood swings and other side effects unbearable but she still had to do something about the pain, the stabbing sensation in her ovaries could drop her to the ground. Next, she tried Naturopathy. Her pain stopped, her cycles regulated and her fertility returned. She never looked back. She left her career in television and retrained so that she could help other women like herself.

Check out Jennifer’s online book launch and event for Natural Medicine Week: Book Launch & Webinar – From Invisible to Invincible, The Natural Menopause Revolution