This Is How You Cook an Egg Dish for a Group in Minutes
We've found tasty recipes for classic breakfast foods that feed a bunch and don't take forever to make. Brunch has never been this easy.
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A Fun-to-Say 15-Minute Wonder
Shakshouka—a popular Israeli and Tunisian dish where eggs are poached in tomato sauce—is speedy, delicious and a strong contender for edging out quiche as one of the best brunch dishes for a group. This recipe from Aliya LeeKong's Exotic Table
can serve six, and includes an herby tomato sauce that comes together in 15 minutes (which you can alternately make ahead of time). You crack the eggs over the sauce, slide the pan under the heat and broil it for five or so minutes. Make sure you have some thick, crusty bread on hand for sopping up the juices.
Get the recipe: Shakshouka with Chorizo and Bread Crumbs