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You are in for a real treat with these biscuits. These wonderful sesame biscuits were one of the many Maltese biscuits my mum would bake when I was younger. Mum was here in London to tell me how it was done. One thing I need to point out is that Maltese people love to discuss...Read More »
Maltese sesame rings or qaghaq tal-gulglien. Scented with citrus, cloves and my mum insists caraway seeds. Recipe on the blog: http://www.amaltesemouthful.com/?p=2328 Maltese food, Maltese recipes, Maltese cuisine.