If you've never had shakshuka, you're missing out. It's an Israeli dish with a tomato base, poached eggs, and spices. Someone had the brilliant idea to turn it into a pizza Pizza dough: 350 g of flour 2 tsp. of dried yeast a cup of warm water 2 tsp. of olive oil a tsp. of salt Sift flour into a bowl, add salt and yeast. Gradually add warm water and combine the ingredients with a spoon. Add olive oil and start mixing by hand. Work the dough vigorously on a pastry board for about 8-10 minutes. Place the dough in an olived bowl and cover with cloth. Set aside in a warm place for about an hour. Pizza 250 g of cherry tomatoes 2 tbsp. of olive oil a tsp. of ground cumin 2 eggs 100 g of feta 2 tbsp. of freshly chopped parsley Heat the olive oil in a skillet, add cumin and fry for a moment. Add halved tomatoes and continue frying, stirring every now and then, for about 10 minutes. Work the dough again for a couple of minutes. Roll out the dough, form two small pizzas and place them on a baking sheet, lined with parchment paper. Cover with cloth and set aside in a warm place for 10 minutes. Place tomatoes on the pizzas. Bake at 220C for about 8 minutes. Take pizzas out of the oven, crack an egg on top of each, top with crumbled feta and bake for another 5 minutes. Top with fresh parsley.