3 Reviews

Delicious. I used everything but the optional zucchini as I didn't have any. I think I would prefer it without the walnuts and saffron so that is how I shall make it next time insha Allah. The only change I made was added some dried chives rather than fresh as they were all I had. I served it with Balkan (thick) yogurt which was surprisingly a very good accompaniment. Made for NA*ME Tag! Come play!!

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UmmBinat March 20, 2010

This was very nice! I love all the veggies! I did not add the walnuts because my kids don't like tem. My son really enjoyed this, I sprinkled a little cheese on his piece. Made this on the stove top. I will definitely make this again.

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susie cooks October 19, 2007

Hmmmmm....this was not what I expected, but it was VERY delicious! Just the right mix of herbs, the subtle taste of saffron. I diced up some zucchini which retained just the right amount of crunchiness. The only change I made was to substitute pinenuts for the walnuts. (DH doesn't like walnuts). I garnished it with the yogurt and some diced tomato. It was simple to make - I used the stovetop method. Cooking it in the oven would be even simpler. This was a satisfying meal that filled me up, and left me wanting more --- just because it tasted so good. Thanks for another winner!

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Alskann October 08, 2007
Middle-Eastern Herb Omelette