Maltese pastizzi. Averaging 500+ calories but completely worth it.

Maltese Cuisine

Wandering Spice: Two-bite Maltese Pastizzi, little puff pastries filled with ricotta or curried peas

Pastizzi, a popular treat from Malta- one of my favourite things about the place, after my wonderful friends from there, of course

Torta tal - Rikkotta - Ricotta Pie - tried and tested. Excellent and moist.

Torta tal - Rikkotta - Ricotta Pie - tried and tested. Excellent and moist.

Just look at that bread, D! Lol..           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

Fresh crispy bread from - 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.

Traditional Maltese Food.  'Imqaret' - Malta

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

This rabbit and red wine dish is a Maltese treasure—become a fenkata (one who dines on rabbit) with this recipe.

Rabbit in Red Wine

Qarabali mimli bil-patata l forn -Baked stuffed Marrows | i love maltese food

Qarabali mimli bil-patata l forn -Baked stuffed Marrows maltese food

A pastizz (plural pastizzi) is a savoury pastry from Malta. Pastizzi usually have a filling either of ricotta or of mushy peas, and are called pastizzi tal-irkotta, cheesecakes, or pastizzi tal-piżelli, peacakes[1][2] Pastizzi are a popular and well-known Maltese food.

A pastizz (plural pastizzi) is a savoury pastry from Malta. Pastizzi usually have a filling either of ricotta or of mushy peas, and are called pastizzi tal-irkotta, cheesecakes, or pastizzi tal-piżelli, Pastizzi are a popular and well-known Maltese food.

Ravjul Malti (Maltese Homemade Ravioli) from Food.com:   								A traditional maltese food. Serve with a plain tomato sauce poured on top, a drizzle of olive oil and parmesan cheese.

Ravjul Malti (Maltese Homemade Ravioli)

A traditional maltese food. Serve with a plain tomato sauce poured on top, a drizzle of olive oil and parmesan cheese.

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