Tunisian cuisine is influenced by traditional Arab, African, and French flavors. Houria is one of the most flavorful salads you can find in almost Tunisian restaurants. However, if you want to make this salad at home, you can follow the list of ingredients and the step-by-step instructions in this post. Read on! Ingredients One pound […]
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Mechouia salad is one of the best-grilled salads eaten by everyone in Tunisia. It contains tomatoes, red peppers, olive oil, herbs, and garlic. The unique thing about this salad is that you can make it without hassle. So, without further ado, let us make Mechouia salad. Read on! Ingredients Two or three pounds of […]
Lablabi is one of the most delicious soup dishes in Tunisia. Most people eat Lablabi for breakfast. It is a hearty meal with mouthwatering flavors to satisfy your taste buds. Here is the list of ingredients and step-by-step procedure to make Lablabi. Read on! Ingredients Two cups of dried chickpeas One teaspoon of baking soda […]
Shakshuka has origins in Tunisia. It is a breakfast dish popular in the Middle East and North Africa. However, you can also eat or serve this dish for lunch and dinner. Let us discuss how to make Shakshuka. Read on! Ingredients Extra virgin olive oil One large chopped yellow onion Two green chopped peppers One […]
Brik is a brittle and thin pastry that tastes delicious and flavorful. It is one of the best Tunisian dishes eaten for breakfast. You can stuff the Brik with egg, roasted funnel, potato, and salty, creamy feta. Let us get started with making Brik. Read on! Ingredients Two medium sweet potatoes One or two teaspoons […]
Masfouf is a Tunisian dish prepared with couscous and served during special occasions, including festivals and holidays. The original Masfouf recipe contains butter and nuts. However, you can also add your favorite veggies and ingredients for the preparation. Let us now get started with Masfouf. Read on! Ingredients 500 grams of couscous Two sliced mushrooms […]
Basbousa, also called Harissa, is a traditional Egyptian dessert. However, you can find it in almost all sweet shops and cafes throughout the MENA region and the Arab world. Most people use Semolina drenched in a sweet or sugary syrup to make this dessert. The most exciting thing about this dessert is that it is […]
Umm Ali is a traditional Egyptian dessert enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of natives and tourists visiting the country. Most tourists say that Umm Ali is similar to North America’s bread pudding. Some people even eat with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Without further ado, let us get started with Umm Ali. Read on! […]
Knafeh is a famous Egyptian dessert prepared throughout the Middle East. You can find it in almost all Middle Eastern restaurants and consume it to satisfy your taste buds, thanks to the delicious, rich, sweet flavors of cheese and syrup. Let us get started with the Knafeh recipe. Read on! Ingredients You will need the […]
Hawawshi is famous Egyptian street food in Alexandria and Cairo. Most people in these cities call Hawawshi “Baladi.” It is delicious food with dough or pita and stuffed with seasoned ground beef. It also contains onions, garlic, spices, herbs, and peppers. Let us now discuss how you can make Hawawshi. Read on! Ingredients One large […]
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