Fresh crispy bread from Malta - www.merillecotour...No mention of Maltese food is complete without a reference to the local bread, and more specifically the popular loaf called 'Tal-Malti' (literally, “of the Maltese"). Very crusty on the outside, yet soft on the inside, many visitors find the combination of taste and texture of fresh Maltese bread irresistible
Traditional Maltese Hobz biz-Zejt (bread and olive oil). Olive oil on traditional maltese bread, some tomato rubbed onto the bread, salt and pepper, butter beans, olives, mint, tuna and some tradiotional peppered goat cheese: gbejna. THE tastiest sandwich ever.
Maltese Pea Cakes -- So yummy! Used a pre-made puff pastry and this link for the pea filling recipe (plus added a dash of cayenne, and a few teaspoons whole coriander and garam masala sauteed with onion and garlic as spice): http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100620161253AAER5aC
Maltese Pastizzi. A dish you are likely to find on a Maltese food tour. Why not visit our web site for recommended tours at http://www.allaboutcuisines.com/food-tours/malta/in/malta or perhaps a cooking class http://www.allaboutcuisines.com/cooking-school-classes/malta/in/malta #Maltese Food
Another piece of classic Maltese cuisine: Treacle Ring Recipe - Saveur.com. I think by the time we leave Malta, my body weight will be literally half pastizzi and half honey rings. Plus the body hair. Win your dream city break with i-escape & Coggles. #Coggles #iescape #competition