This custardy, fluffy strata is made with stale day-old sourdough bread, eggs, sautéed leeks, and bell peppers. The flavors are inspired by egg bhurji, Indian-style scrambled eggs cooked with garam masala, garlic, ginger, and cumin. You can prepare and refrigerate the unbaked strata up to 12 hours in advance to let the stale bread soak up the egg custard mixture, which makes it a great do-ahead weekend breakfast or brunch dish. Serve the strata with a drizzle of cilantro chutney
for extra herbaceousness! —Hetal Vasavada
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