5 Totally Unique Shakshuka Recipes for Your Next Brunch

I love making a simple, classic North African-Israeli style shakshuka on a busy weeknight for dinner or while entertaining for Sunday brunch. But sometimes you just want something different. Or at least you want to gawk at some beautiful, yolk porn-y photos to inspire you.

Shakshuka has been pretty trendy, and bloggers are dreaming up beautiful, mouth-watering not-so-traditional versions of their own. Here are 5 versions to test out this weekend!

Japanese shakshuka from Tasting Table

Italian eggs in shakshukatory from Port and Fin

Spring shakshuka with ramps, herbed yogurt and spiced butter from The Little Ferraro Kitchen

Shakshuka with spinach and lamb meatballs

Green shakshuka from The Kitchn

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