Maltese Sausage Recipe

Maltese Sausage Recipe ngredients 1 kg thickly minced pork with fat. shopping list crashed black peppercorns crashed coriander seeds 5 cloves of garlic 5 tbsp chopped parsley pork intestines skin (for filling )

These white glistening ravioli were one of the many traditions in my family that seemed to have slowly disappeared to make way for the ready made frozen version. Not anymore… I still remember these being made at home in Agnes Banks (Australia) by my mother and then watching them cooking in the pot. The one...Read More »

Maltese ravioli (ravjul) - A Maltese Mouthful (Maltese food, Maltese recipes…

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 »

MALTA: Maltese Widow's soup (Soppa tal-armla) with Gbejniet cheese.

The only way to do pork chops! Juicy, tender and of course Maltese.

Maltese pork chops in the oven (majjal il-forn). A Maltese Mouthful

Follow my blog with Bloglovin These little wonders are not for the faint hearted. Just looking at them is enough to give you a heart attack! I guess the effort making them will burn all the calories gained from eating them, right??  If you are not aware, pastizzi are Malta’s national snack! Flaky pastry which...Read More »

Pastizzi - Lets get rolling! - A Maltese Mouthful (Maltese Food, Maltese Recipes, Maltese Cuisine)

These almond biscuits are perfect with a cup of tea, coffee and if it suits you, just on there own. Don’t eat them all at once! I made these biscuits with the help of my family for our wedding. They were served at the reception with tea and coffee. Just lovely. Most almond recipes have...Read More »

Maltese Almond Biscuits (Biskuttini tal-lewz) - A Maltese Mouthful

The variety of marrows are endless, but I spotted some marrows in our local Turkish shop and decided that my first post was going to be stuffed marrows (qarabaghli mimli bil laham). I recently had stuffed marrows in Malta (more than once mind you) when the family and I went in May for ten days....Read More »

The variety of marrows are endless, but I spotted some marrows in our local Turkish shop and decided that my first post was going to be stuffed marrows (qarabaghli mimli bil…

Traditional Maltese Easter Figolli - eat in my kitchen eat in my kitchen

Traditional Maltese Easter Figolli

Traditional Maltese Easter Figolli - eat in my kitchen eat in my kitchen

Ottijiet

Ottijiet - Maltese Tea Time Cookies with Sesame Seeds, Cloves and Aniseed

Ottijiet - Maltese Tea Time Cookies with Sesame Seeds, Cloves and Aniseed - eat in my kitchen

Two very popular snacks in Malta are Qassatat and Pastizzi.  You can call them cousins with pastizzi being the posher or richer of the two.  I find qassatat are the easier ones to make so we’…

Two very popular snacks in Malta are Qassatat and Pastizzi. You can call them cousins with pastizzi being the posher or richer of the two. I find qassatat are the easier ones to make so we’…

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