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Maltese Soup {Kusksu} is a traditional dish served in Malta, usually in spring when the fava beans are in season.

Maltese Soup (Kusksu)

Maltese Soup {Kusksu} is a traditional dish served in Malta, usually in spring when the fava beans are in season. Try it in Malta! Contact CCI to start arranging your English courses in Malta!

Imbuljuta tal-Qastan is a traditional Maltese drink served after Midnight Mass and on New Year's Eve. It is made using cocoa, chestnuts, cloves and citrus zest.

Imbuljuta tal-Qastan is a traditional Maltese drink served after Midnight Mass and on New Year's Eve. It is made using cocoa, chestnuts, cloves and citrus zest—if you love hot chocolate or mulled wine you'll love it!

Traditional Maltese Almond Cookies - Sweet, aromatic, naturally gluten-free and dairy-free, all you need 5 ingredients and 20 mins! Recipe by thepetitecook.com

Maltese Almond Cookies

Sweet, aromatic, naturally gluten-free and dairy-free, you only need 5 ingredients and 20 mins to make these traditional almond cookies from Malta.

Prickly pear and apple pie. Maltese food, Maltese recipes, Maltese cuisine. A Maltese Mouthful. www.amaltesemouthful.com

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Ħobża ta' San Martin (sweet bread roll, sweetened with mastic associated with Saint Martin's Day).

Martin's Day children are given a bag full of fruits and sweets associated with the feast.

Served with a sweet cup of creamy tea, these Maltese Biscuits, or cookies, are slightly sweet and spiced just right.

Qag’aq tal-‘un’lien (Maltese Biscuits)

Served with a sweet cup of creamy tea, these Maltese Biscuits, or cookies, are slightly sweet and spiced just right.

Qassatat with spinach, peas and anchovy - An Easter tradition   Save Print Cook time 20 mins Total time 20 mins   A Maltese Easter tradition! I didn't use onion in this recipe but you could also add in some finely diced onion too. If you are using fry this first before adding the garlic...Read More »

Qassatat with spinach, peas and anchovy - An Easter tradition - A Maltese Mouthful

A perfect recipe during Lent! Marrows filled with ricotta and baked in the oven (qarabaghli mimli bl-irkotta)   Save Print Cook time 2 hours 10 mins Total time 2 hours 10 mins   A great recipe during Lent or when you don't feel like meat Author: www.amaltesemouthful.com (Marlene Zammit) Cuisine: Maltese Ingredients 4 - 5...Read More »

Marrows filled with ricotta and baked in the oven (qarabaghli mimli bl-irkotta) - A Maltese Mouthful

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300 grms flour double 0 150 grms sugar 150 grms butter 1 egg 16 grms baking powder some salt Filling 350 grms ricotta 100 grms sugar 120 grms amaretti 80 grms chocolate fondente 1 egg Mix together the sugar and butter, when light in color add the egg. Than mix in the flour, salt and …

Torta Ricotta e Amaretti - Paul Percius


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