Israeli Salad - not so much oil, add za'atah, and hard-boiled egg. That's a kibbutz breakfast at 5:00 AM in the dining hall, with all ingredients on the big tables and you make your own. Oh, lemon juice in plastic bottles and bowls of yogurt.
Shakshuka can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For breakfast, serve with warm crusty bread or pita that can be dipped into the sauce (if you’re gluten-intolerant or celebrating Passover, skip the bread). For dinner, serve with a green side salad for a light, easy meal.