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سلطة الباذنجان بالثوم والبقدونس

سلطة الباذنجان بالثوم والبقدونس

Nanna (my two daughter’s grandmother) is in London visiting from Australia. Kapunata was the first Maltese meal she made us when she arrived. Variations abound but this is one of the ways we love to eat kapunata. I  have never known this dish as kapunata and I still am not sure if it technically is,...Read More »

Nanna (my two daughter’s grandmother) is in London visiting from Australia. Kapunata was the first Maltese meal she made us when she arrived. Variations abound but this is one of the ways we love to eat kapunata. I have never known this dish as kapunata and I still am not sure if it technically is,...Read More »

Fenek, Maltese Rabbit Stew. #Malta ? #VisitMalta visitmalta.com (Maltese Bake Rice)

Divine desserts stuffed with ricotta, prickly pears and peppery goats cheese, this is the definitive guide to food in Malta.

Cauliflower fritters take two! No mashing required. Another cauliflower fritter version. The cooked cauliflower florets are dipped in the egg mixture this time and simply fried. I have added a hint of curry powder to mine. Curry powder shows up now and again in Maltese cooking. I made the egg mixture by separating the whites...Read More »

Cauliflower fritters take two (Pulpetti tal-Pastard) - A Maltese Mouthful

Every time my family had either bought an octopus or my dad managed to get one somehow when he went fishing, this is what we made. Maltese octopus stew. A stew made with Mediterranean staples – onions and garlic, tomatoes, olives, capers and wine. We didn’t have octopus stew very often in our house but...Read More »

Octopus Stew - Stuffat tal-qarnit - A Maltese Mouthful

Qassatat with spinach, peas and anchovy - An Easter tradition   Save Print Cook time 20 mins Total time 20 mins   A Maltese Easter tradition! I didn't use onion in this recipe but you could also add in some finely diced onion too. If you are using fry this first before adding the garlic...Read More »

Qassatat with spinach, peas and anchovy - An Easter tradition - A Maltese Mouthful

Last nights dinner was widow’s soup. Maltese eat a lot of soup and this soup does not disappoint. My Nanna from Bidnija was the queen of soups. She had 14 children to feed and a husband, so it isn’t surprising that she cooked soup often. Full of goodness, easy to make, and as usual went...Read More »

Widow's soup (Soppa tal-armla) - A Maltese Mouthful

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