Persian Herb Frittata with Barberries and Walnuts (Kuku Sabzi)

Persian herb frittata with barberries and walnuts, called Kuku Sabzi are a delicious and healthy meal that’s easy to prepare with dried herbs. It can be served with bread or eaten as is with a side of cucumbers and tomatoes. I use Sadaf dried herbs that I buy from the local Persian grocery store and follow the instructions on the back with a small tweak. I added a teaspoon of baking powder and a teaspoon of flour to the mixture. I also add barberries (or you can also add cranberries) and crushed walnuts, which are completely optional but I like both the tartness and the crunch that they respectively add. 1. Preheat you oven to 325 degrees F. 2. Empty the content of the Kuku Sabzi herbs and let them re-hydrate in warm water for 10 minutes then drain the water. 4. In a big bowl, whisk 8 eggs. 5. Add in one whole chopped onion, finely chopped, salt, pepper (I always use black pepper and cayenne for a kick), turmeric, baking powder, and flour. Mix well. Add herbs and mix. For extra flavor add washed barberries or cranberries and crushed walnuts and mix again. 6. Generously cover the bottom of your Pyrex or oven-safe dish with oil (I used Avocado oil) and pour in the mixture. 7. Bake uncovered for 30-40 minutes. Noosheh jan konid 😍 #PersianMomma #KukuSabzi #HerbFrittata

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