Recipe: Persian Kuku Sabzi ♪

This is an egg omelette with your favorite greens. I made them with fresh spinach. There are recipes that you can make them with some herbs, like parsley, basil and some others.
The touch is again with curcuma. You can see how much it is served, because of its health benefit. I was grocery shopping at the specialty store and met this lady from Iran. She gave me this recipe. The fun part was the communication in german and talking with hands, some words in english. It was fun to get this entire recipe from her. Thank you for your recipe Madame from Iran in Emden.
6 eggs
3 TBSP milk
salt, pepper
curcuma ½ tsp
1 TBSP whole wheat flour with 2 TBSP milk to dissolve flour.
3 cups spinach
oil
Ingredients
1. beat eggs with salt, pepper.
2. dissolve curcuma in milk and add this to 1.
3. add chopped spinach, mix
4. add dissolved whole wheat flour in milk and add to 3 and mix.
5. uncovered, cook each side for 10 to 15 minutes in low heat.
Step 1 and 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Ready. I had to cut in four, other wise it was impossible to turn around.
You make it thicker, add more eggs or use a smaller pan.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 25 minutes
Welcome to the Persian world.
Susana
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4 thoughts on “Recipe: Persian Kuku Sabzi ♪

  1. Hello Susana, Thank you for visiting my blog. I am exploring your blog and enjoying. Of course being from Iran, this recipe caught my eyes. If you don’t mind me saying, the spelling of this dish is ‘kuku sabzi’ (some spell kookoo, but it is not correct either). 😀 Fae.

    • Hello Fae, Thank you very much for your input. I went ahead and correct it. I saw your baklavas. Certainly I would love to learn how to make that, but I think I would buy the dough…I am not ready to make my own dough…I also looked at your site, beautiful, you are ahead and also liked your FB page, mine is Delicioso y Divertido…Maybe we can talk about food over there…Greetings. Susana.

      • My resolution for 2014 is to learn to make breads, as in using yeast and so forth. For baklava, it is best to use store bought phyllo/fillo. I recommend Trader Joe’s brand if you live in the USA. Otherwise any phyllo works. If you do make it, let me know how it turned. 😀

      • Hello Fae,
        oh I am with you, I baked like about 20 breads and I am still not too happy. We do not find fresh yeast here, so somewhat my bread are not at the level I would like them to be. I do not know where the Trader Joe’s are here in Miami, but I will locate that. I will definetely try the baklava, but I need a little more of time…

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