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Published on Jan 2, 2012
Kookoo sabzi is an Iranian egg-based dish similar to an Italian frittata. It's perfect for a quickly prepared lunch or dinner at any time of year, but it's also commonly served during the Iranian New Year, or Norouz, which takes place at the spring equinox. The vibrant green dish, made with fresh green herbs and, if possible, equally fresh eggs, signifies the birth and flowering of a new year.
In this video, Kristin Deasy and Hirsa Esmaeilnia show us how to make Hirsa's family recipe, which comes from northern Iran.