There are few more beautiful morning marriages of fresh veggies and eggs than shakshuka. This hearty breakfast dish originated in North Africa and the Middle East, but is now popular around the world because of how filling, delicious, and easy-to-make it is. We recommend making a big batch for a crowd-pleasing brunch and then enjoying the leftovers (if there are any) as a filling lunch or second breakfast the following day.
Recipe by Lisa Bryan of Downshiftology. Photo by Colette Krey.