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Kukye Sabzi

Kukye Sabzi created by Sharon123

An Iranian omelet made with greens. May be halved. If you just slice the lettuce thinly, it can then be pulled apart into strips.

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  • Beat the eggs lightly.
  • Stir in flour through pepper.
  • Heat the oil in a large skillet.
  • Pour in the egg mixture and cook over moderate heat until set.
  • Turn and cook 3-5 minutes on second side over low heat until browned.
  • Serve at once.
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"An Iranian omelet made with greens. May be halved. If you just slice the lettuce thinly, it can then be pulled apart into strips."
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  1. maryamkh
    thank you so much .
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  2. leigh j.
    Lettuce, in an omlete? I just had to try this. I'm soooo glad I did, delicious! thanks for a wonderful egg dish echo!
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  3. Kittencalrecipezazz
    Great recipe echo! I left out the cilantro, my DH can't stand that herb, served with toast for a weekday lunch, thanks echo!...Kitten:)
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  4. julieann510
    My husband is from Iran. He and I go to Iran at least every two years. So I must say you have the right recipe. This is a great anytime dish and very filling. For those who can't use real eggs, you can use egg-beaters. Open your minds... Your stomach will thank you. God Bless mankind and help us get along.
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  5. Sharon123
    Kukye Sabzi Created by Sharon123
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