Kuku is a traditional Persian dish, full of fresh herbs and vegetables mixed with eggs and a balanced spice mix that's a little different for each variety—it's a bit like a lighter and more herb-packed frittata. This fun Potato Kuku Frittata is satisfying and savory with rich potatoes, bright carrots and pops of summery green peas, all sprinkled with a pinch of sea salt. Try it warmed for a fast and healthy breakfast, sandwich it between two slices of bread for a fun twist on an egg sandwich, or snack on it cold straight out of the fridge.
Ingredients: potato*, egg*, onions, carrots*, green peas*, olive oil, parsley, garlic*, chickpea flour*, spices, sea salt (*organic). Contains: eggs.
Oyna means "to dance" in Azeri, the language of northwest Iran, where Aisan and Mehdi's parents are from. Aisan and Medhi's love for kuku (کوکو) began as children growing up in Tehran, where kuku is enjoyed in every home and on each street corner.Read more