Often eaten on the go—or to break a fast at the end of the day during Ramadan—brika is a savoury pastry from Tunisia, made with some of the most common elements in the nation’s cuisine: tuna, egg and potato. This delicious parcel is filled, folded into a triangle, then deep-fried briefly to crisp the crust while the egg inside stays runny. Pastries like this, of all shapes, sizes and fillings, can be found everywhere from Northern Africa to Eastern Europe. The trick to our brika’s extra-crispy exterior? Spring roll wrappers instead of brik pastry!