Ramadan is a special month for Muslims all over the world.
It's a time of reflection, spiritual growth, and family gatherings. One of the most important parts of Ramadan is breaking the fast at sunset with a delicious meal, called iftar.
Tunisian extra virgin olive oil is a key ingredient in many traditional Ramadan dishes, providing flavor and health benefits to the meals.
Here are some of the most popular dishes to cook with olive oil during Ramadan.