Find authentic Tunisian recipes from home cooks like you, including recipes for shakshouka, brik, kafteji and more.
Chakchouka (or Shakshouka) is a Tunisian dish of tomatoes, onions, pepper, spices and eggs. It's popular throughout North Africa and Israel. It is usually eaten for breakfast or lunch, but it's tasty anytime! Serve with crusty bread.
The most important ingredient in this cake is a beautiful, large, organic, unwaxed orange. And really good extra virgin olive oil. The recipe was given to me by my friend Aziza, who got it from her aunt. It is simple to make but absolutely heavenly.
Kafteji is something of a Tunisian poor man's food: various vegetables are fried separately and then fried with beaten egg and chopped up together with a large knife. One eats it as a baguette filling.
A dish I developed for a food course. Doesn't take too long to make and is a nice alternative to every day meals! All the family will love it.
These gluten-free biscuits are deliciously buttery and meltingly tender. They are made with chickpea flour, butter, sugar and rose water.