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Watermelon Breeze: 3 cups cubed chilled watermelon, 1 cup coconut water, squeeze of fresh lime, Ice if needed, spring of mint. Put all ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth.

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Sliced roasted curried potatoes

Ingredients: 6 large poatoes washed unpeeled and sliced (1/2 inch) 2 onions sliced 1 teaspoon hot or medium curry according to taste 4 garlic cloves chopped 1 cup water seasoning. Method: In a large saucepan heat some oil then fry … Read More →

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Maltese traditional biscuit with sesame seeds

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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 This recipe has been passed down from generation to generation, however the biscuits were originally made at bakeries or sold at confectionery shops.