Biskuttini tal-Lewż - These small sweets made of pure ground almonds were one of the musts during christening parties. Nowadays they are also served after a meal with coffee. The ideal macaroon should be crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside and full of delicious almond flavour and a hint of lemon!

Biskuttini tal-Lewż - These small sweets made of pure ground almonds were one of the musts during christening parties. Nowadays they are also served after a meal with coffee. The ideal macaroon should be crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside and full of delicious almond flavour and a hint of lemon!

My take on the traditional maltese figolli biscuit - Lemon and orange blossom biscuits sandwiched with a delicious almond filling.

Maltese Figolli Biscuits

My take on the traditional maltese figolli biscuit - Lemon and orange blossom biscuits sandwiched with a delicious almond filling.

Kwarezimal ~ traditional Maltese cookies that are mainly consumed during Lent. Get the recipe here -->> http://www.maltabulb.com/easy_cookie_recipe.html#

Kwarezimal ~ traditional Maltese cookies that are mainly consumed during Lent. Get the recipe here -->> http://www.maltabulb.com/easy_cookie_recipe.html#

Marzipan Easter Cookies from Malta (Figolla)~two lemon infused sugar cookies surrounding a soft, almond paste center. Oh yea....

Marzipan Easter Cookies from Malta | Figolla

Marzipan Easter Cookies from Malta (Figolla)~two lemon infused sugar cookies surrounding a soft, almond paste center. Oh yea....

Biskuttini tar-rahal (village biscuits). A Maltese traditional biscuit recipe traditionally made for Christenings. The swirls of royal icing used to decorate the biscuits was traditionally blue for a boy and pink for a girl. Recipe on the blog: http://www.amaltesemouthful.com/?p=2384 Maltese recipes, Maltese food, Maltese cuisine, Malta

Biskuttini tar-rahal (village biscuits). A Maltese traditional biscuit recipe traditionally made for Christenings. The swirls of royal icing used to decorate the biscuits was traditionally blue for a boy and pink for a girl. Recipe on the blog: http://www.amaltesemouthful.com/?p=2384 Maltese recipes, Maltese food, Maltese cuisine, Malta

Mqaret - Traditional Maltese Date Pastries ° eat in my kitchen

Mqaret - Traditional Maltese Date Pastries

Mqaret - Traditional Maltese Date Pastries ° eat in my kitchen

Imqaret are one of the the remnants of the Arab world which was left behind in Malta. Dates, citrus and spices are encased in a pastry and then deep fried. A big favourite of mine and easy for everyone to make. Another great choice for the fesitve season. Every time I am in Valletta in...Read More »

Imqaret are one of the the remnants of the Arab world which was left behind in Malta. Dates, citrus and spices are encased in a pastry and then deep fried. A big favourite of mine and easy for everyone to make. Another great choice for the fesitve season. Every time I am in Valletta in...Read More »

Kwarezimal - This is a sweet pastry which is commonly presented as dessert during Lent and Holy Week. This oval shaped sweet is based on a pastry with a mix of flour, eggs, rose water, nutmeg, Maltese honey, and nuts – which are shredded on top of the pastry. The whole sweet is then covered in honey and placed in the oven.

Kwarezimal - This is a sweet pastry which is commonly presented as dessert during Lent and Holy Week. This oval shaped sweet is based on a pastry with a mix of flour, eggs, rose water, nutmeg, Maltese honey, and nuts – which are shredded on top of the pastry. The whole sweet is then covered in honey and placed in the oven.

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

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

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