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Timpana - traditional Maltese pasta dish

Timpana - traditional Maltese pasta dish

http://finewines.com.mt/ Hobz biz-zejt - a typical Maltese dish (*favourite of mine. Eaten by the grotto)

http://finewines.com.mt/ Hobz biz-zejt - a typical Maltese dish (*favourite of mine. Eaten by the grotto)

imqarrun- baked maccaroni, my gran used to make this for us as kids and no one has ever been able to do it justice since...will give it a go

imqarrun- baked maccaroni, my gran used to make this for us as kids and no one has ever been able to do it justice since...will give it a go

Baked rice (ross il forn) is one dish we had often when I was growing up and I think one of the Maltese dishes we cooked most. I don’t know where this dish originates from but whoever had the idea to bake rice in a tomato and meat sauce was on to a winner. We...Read More »

Baked rice (ross il forn) is one dish we had often when I was growing up and I think one of the Maltese dishes we cooked most. I don’t know where this dish originates from but whoever had the idea to bake rice in a tomato and meat sauce was on to a winner. We...Read More »

Baked Macaroni - an authentic Maltese recipe - this is similar to what my grandmother made.

Baked Macaroni - an authentic Maltese recipe - this is similar to what my grandmother made.

Traditional Maltese Food.  'Imqaret' - Malta.  Imqaret are deep fried pastries filled with a mashed date mixture.

Traditional Maltese Food. 'Imqaret' - Malta. Imqaret are deep fried pastries filled with a mashed date mixture.

Maltese recipe: Kawlata  In Maltese: http://littlerock.com.mt/food/ricetta-tradizzjonali-kawlata/

Maltese recipe: Kawlata In Maltese: http://littlerock.com.mt/food/ricetta-tradizzjonali-kawlata/

Prinjolata - A traditional Maltese dessert prepared especially for Carnival. The name 'prinjolata' comes from the word ‘prinjol’ which means pine nuts in Maltese. The prinjolata is a delicious carnival cake that is instantly recognizable from its unusual shape. When ready, the prinjolata resembles a snow capped mountain

Prinjolata - A traditional Maltese dessert prepared especially for Carnival. The name 'prinjolata' comes from the word ‘prinjol’ which means pine nuts in Maltese. The prinjolata is a delicious carnival cake that is instantly recognizable from its unusual shape. When ready, the prinjolata resembles a snow capped mountain

Pizza tal-Maxok   by ilovefood.com.mt - the only portal dedicated to Maltese food!

Pizza tal-Maxok by ilovefood.com.mt - the only portal dedicated to Maltese food!

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