Maltese food

Traditional Maltese Food 'Imqaret' (Date diamonds). Have fond memories of buying these at the entrance to the city of Valletta

eat in my kitchen ° Maltese Sunday Tea Time Cookies with a shot of Vermouth

Essijiet - Maltese Tea Time Cookies with a shot of Vermouth

eat in my kitchen ° Maltese Sunday Tea Time Cookies with a shot of Vermouth

Traditional Maltese Timpana - One of my favourite dishes to eat in Malta

Traditional local timpana — a baked pasta dish that is a popular comfort food in Malta.

A Taste of Malta – Mqaret (Fried Maltese Date slice)

A Taste of Malta – Mqaret (Fried Maltese Date slice). Do you want a taste of the real thing? Study English in Malta with CCI!

Maltese Honey Rings or Molasses (Treacle) Rings. Patience and time for this one, but what a treat!

These two Christmas Sweets recipes from Malta are different than your usual festive sweets. Qaghaq ta’ l-Ghasel are by far Malta’s favourite Christmas dessert. Get the recipe for Imbuljuta here too.

Maltese Tradition meat patties called 'Pulpetti' - these are also made with fish or vegetables

Check out my guest post about Maltese Pulpetti (meat, fish or vegetable patties) on Davinia's page.

Maltese comfort food - Baked Timpana (pasta timbale) with buttery pastry top and meat sauce, eggs and cheese).  Absolutely delicious on wintry days. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_WMf8wLNQ0mI/SP9cVQkiO0I/AAAAAAAAEI8/TH7ZwbdPgI4/s400/IMG_2258.JPG

Maltese comfort food - Baked Timpana (pasta timbale) with buttery pastry top and meat sauce, eggs and cheese). Absolutely delicious on wintry days.


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