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"This is just a really fun and easy brunch, lunch or dinner," says Rach of her shakshuka with diced winter vegetables. "And it's crazy good!"
Pro Tip from Rach: You can buy za'atar, but it's really easy to make your own. My blend makes one cup and keeps a few months in a tight container in a cool place. Use it in my Chicken Schwarma and Tahini Caesar Salad, as well as on popcorn, in marinades and sprinkled into pilafs and onto Greek yogurt drizzled with olive oil.
Preheat broiler and char the peppers all over. Place in bowl, cover and cool, then peel and seed and dice. If you have gas burners, peppers can be charred over the open flames on burners.
Preheat the oven to 375°F, with rack in the center.
Heat a large cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat, add oil, 3 turns of the pan, and sweat winter vegetables with salt and pepper 7 to 8 minutes.
Add onions and cook a few minutes more. Add garlic, roasted red peppers, za'atar, paprika and chili paste (if using) and stir. Add the tomatoes and vinegar or lemon juice, reduce heat and simmer 20 minutes. Make 8 to 10 nests in the vegetable and tomato sauce mixture and add eggs to the holes. Bake 8 to 10 minutes for runny eggs and top with herbs.
Char bread while mixture is in oven and top with a rub of garlic, EVOO and salt.