It’s easy to see why shakshuka is such a popular breakfast item throughout the Middle East, and particularly in Israel. Endlessly customizable and relatively simple to prepare, it can be easily scaled up or down. Traditional shakshuka is made by poaching eggs in a spicy tomato sauce. This Garden Greens Shakshuka is a play on tradition, and instead of using tomatoes, it uses a garden’s worth of greens and herbs.
Make this shakshuka vegan by omitting the feta cheese and replacing the eggs with chickpeas, tofu, or sautéed slices of yam.