Kuku is a Persian dish that includes eggs, lots of herbs, and room for creativity as to what other veggies to add — cauliflower, potatoes, leeks, eggplant, squash, beans, or pick one of your favorites. This version takes advantage of a great winter vegetable (at least in California): cauliflower, which can be taken straight from your garden or purchased at your local farmers market.
My kids love cauliflower kuku because they love to pick herbs from the garden! And you can be creative with which herbs to use, so you can change the recipe based on what you have. My kids like to have this as leftovers in their lunches, too.
Servings: 6 as a side dish or 4 as a main dish