Is there such a thing as a classic kuku sabzi? The Persian frittata — sabzi means herbs — is typically made with bunches of finely minced dill, parsley, cilantro and beaten eggs as a binder. But it has its variants. Tareh, which resembles the ends of scallions, often finds its way into the mix,…

from Food – Los Angeles Times
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