I think a lot of people here will be happy to help you, but you've asked an impossible-to-answer question.
Without going into all of the little details, I will do my best to keep things simple.
Are you losing scale weight? If so, you are eating in a calorie deficit and probably losing fat. If not, you are not in a deficit and most likely will not be dropping any fat.
Are you getting stronger? If so, you are eating enough to drive strength gains. If not, throwing more food at it may be the answer, but it may not be. That depends on many factors.
Are you doing both at the same time? Keep doing what you're doing. You've found the sweet spot.
Are you doing one but not the other? You may still want to keep doing what you are doing. I've built a fair bit of muscle and lost a fair bit of fat over the last few years, but I don't think I've ever really done both at the same time.
Are you failing to do either? Time for a good look at what you're trying to do and how you're trying to do it.
I'm not saying you can't pull it off, but I wouldn't bet my paycheck that you are actually adding muscular bodyweight while simultaneously dropping fat. I've gotten STRONGER while dropping fat, but that's not always the same thing as packing on muscular body weight.
As stated earlier, I'm sure plenty of people will be happy to help you if you spent the time to give more information about yourself. Height, weight, age, training history, lifting numbers, fat levels, etc. Letting us know what your specific goal is would also help put all of this into the right context.