Wash herbs thoroughly (I use a salad spinner to dry mine). Remove large stems from herbs and chop the leaves well. (You could use a food processor, but I don't like they way the herbs turn juicy and mushy). Toss chopped herbs in a large mixing bowl.
To the herbs, add peeled, shredded potato. Add chopped garlic, eggs, turmeric, cinnamon, salt and pepper. Mix well to combine. Will be the consistency of cake batter.
Heat a large shallow fry pan (mine is 9" in diameter) over med-high heat. Add 1 tablespoon oil, pour in the frittata mixture, turn heat down to medium and cover with a lid. Let cook, covered for about 10 minutes. That side is done when the bottom turns a dark brown color.
With a scratch-proof tool, such as a spatula, cut frittata into about 10 squares (or you can slice them in 6-8 triangles, like a pie). Flip each piece over. Drizzle 1-2 more tablespoons directly over frittata, cover once more and cook for another 10 minutes over a medium-low heat.
Remove and serve hot. Or allow to cool, place in refrigerator and then serve cold, with sliced tomatoes and pita bread.