Almond Biscotti - no Kitchenaid in the directions! Fantastic..

Cookies, do we have a cookie for you. Ok wait, no, let’s not call them cookies. If we call them cookies then technically we could feel guilty about eating 3 in one sitting.

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

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.

Maltese Ottijiet - buttery tea time cookies with Sesame Seeds, Cloves  and Aniseed ° eat in my kitchen

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

Maltese Ottijiet - buttery tea time cookies with Sesame Seeds, Cloves and Aniseed ° eat in my kitchen

Maltese Qassatat is a Maltese street food made of pastry and ricotta cheese recipe │ Come to Malta and discover our culture. There is no better place to learn English: http://lifeinmalta.com/ #malta #food #lifeinmalta

Spending the afternoon at Mum’s watching my parents go through the old worn rituals of making qassatat grounds me. Days like these have a way of making me forget the world and simply sink into a place where the only thing that matters is food and family.

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

This traditional easy cookie recipe from Malta, is made during Lent. Kwarezimal is a non fat sweet that is mostly eaten at Lent. Try this simple cookie recipe today!

Delicious traditional cookies with a creepy name - Dead People's Bones! No worries though - they're almond cookies O:-) Get the recipe at -->> http://www.maltabulb.com/almond_cookies_recipe.html#

During the month of November għadam tal-mejtin (lit. bones of the dead, in Italian: ossa dei morti) are prepared. These are similar to the almond cookie figolla but made in the shape of a bone.

Biskuttini tar-Rahal are traditional desserts sometimes given out on special occasions and sometimes taken with tea or coffee.

Biskuttini tar-Rahal are traditional desserts sometimes given out on special occasions and sometimes taken with tea or coffee.

Maltese traditional biscuit with sesame seeds | Each month, Rita O’Dwyer presents a corner in the Maltese Kitchen. In the first segment, Karmen Tedesco, renowned chef and culinary writer, talks us through a recipe for traditional Maltese biscuits sprinkled with sesame seeds. This recipe has been passed down from generation to generation, however the biscuits were originally made at bakeries or sold at confectionery shops.

Maltese traditional biscuit with sesame seeds

This is a recipe for traditional Maltese biscuits sprinkled with sesame seeds. It is the sort of recipe that is passed down from generation to generation, however the biscuits were originally made.

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

Qaghqa tal-Ghasel - christmas sweets recipes malta

These two Christmas Sweets recipes from Malta are different than your usual festive sweets. Qaghaq ta’ l-Ghasel are by far Malta’s favourite Christmas dessert. Get the recipe for Imbuljuta here too.

This is my mum’s (nanna’s) rabbit stew (stuffat tal fenek) which we had for dinner tonight. This is her recipe which I am going to share with you. As suspected I am slowly becoming the sous chef in my kitchen….. Like every Maltese family there is a preferred way to cook rabbit stew. Nanna’s recipe...Read More »

Nunna's Rabbit Stew (Stuffat tal-fenek) - A Maltese Mouthful

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