3 Mouth Watering Native Tunisian Dishes

Tasty food with additional olive oil is somewhat the specialty of Tunisia. It’s surprising to see the passion Tunisians have with pure and natural olive oils. However, there is a reason why, Tunisia has over 75 million olive trees and counting. To understand the depth of the practice of olive oils better, here are some of the Tunisian cuisines that are incomplete without olive oil garnish.  Let’s introduce you to some of them right here.

Tunisian Cuisine

Delicious Tunisian dishes

  1. Kefta

This dish is crispy and meaty which is fried in natural olive oil. It is made out of minced lamb or meat, which is further mixed with fresh spices, chopped onions and given a round shape before frying. This dish tastes delicious with carrot salad or fresh homemade tomato sauce.

  1. Tunisian salad

If you are a fan of raw or semi-raw food, then you will absolutely love this salad. It is basically prepared with boiled potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and some chefs even prefer eggs or tuna. This Tunisian cuisine is served after garnishing it with a squeeze of lemon juice and some nice dash of pure olive oil.

Tunisian Cuisine

  1. Harissa

It’s a very simple yet tasty sauce which is prepared with chilies, tomatoes, some special spices, garlic, and olive oil. This sauce is often used as a side dish with toasted bread, or any fried starters.

The secret ingredient that crafts the flavor of these dishes is olive oil, if you are willing to invest on quality supply then connect with Fafani Foods. They deliver some of the finest and purest olive oil which in turn builds 80% of the taste in any dish. Visit http://fafanifoods.com/  or dial 844-232-1411 to place your order directly.

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