Couple of our south slavic dishes here…
The below dish had the simple name of “manja”. It might have a Macedonian-slavic name, but I’m not sure of it. The jews call it “shakshuka” – and is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions and herbs.
I’m not sure of its origins, if its a Slavic, Jewish or Mediterranean dish. I guess there were a lot of Jews in Bitola and Salonika that may have inspired the rest of the population. Its a really nice dish served on some toasted ciabatta bread.