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Maltese Cuisine

 

Maltese cuisine is quite humble in nature and is known as 'the cuisine of the poor man'. It is typically Mediterranean with influences from previous rulers namely Arabs, Italians, French, Spanish and the British.
 
Malta has a rich culinary tradition and is technically the first ever fusion cuisine in the world. During the reign of the Knights of St. John in Malta, each of the Langues brought with them their own ingredients and recipes. The native Maltese worked in their kitchens and that knowledge was then brought home and the food was integrated in the local cuisine.
 
Some typical Maltese dishes include:
 
Rabbit
   Rabbits are reared and farmed in Malta and are very tasty. There are some restaurants that specialise on just rabbit.
 
Widow Soup
  This is a vegetable soup made with whatever vegetables are in season, cooked in a thick tomato stock. Some people add little pasta to it but this is not necessary.
 
Arjoli - This is a julienne of vegetables, spiced up and oiled.
 
Maltese sausage
 The Maltese sausage is a confection of spicy minced pork, coriander seeds and parsley, wrapped in stomach lining.
 
Snails
 Cooked with garlic and served with a green sauce made with garlic and fresh herbs and accompanied with fresh crusty Maltese bread.
 
Lampuki Pie
 Filleted dorado mixed with spinach, chestnuts and sultanas and encased in a short-crust pastry.
 
Pastizzi
 Hot pastries filled with either ricotta cheese or peas. The pastry is formed of multiple sheets of transparently thin and crunchy layers.
 
Stuffed Aubergines
 Oven baked aubergines filled with minced meats, breadcrumbs, onions, garlic and parsley.
 
Bigilla
 This is a puree made from beans and herbs.
 
Timpana
  Baked macaroni in a meat tomato sauce wrapped in pastry.
 
Ross fil-forn
 Delicious baked rice with a meat tomato sauce.
 
Bragoli
 Thin layers of beef form a parcel filled with a hard-boiled egg, pork mince, parsley and breadcrumbs which is then simmered very gently in gravy.
 
Hobz biz-zejt 
 A Maltese bread or ftira, rubbed with tomato and olive oil then filled with garlic, onions, tuna and capers.
 
Qaghaq ta' l-ghasel 
 It is a pastry stuffed with a honey mixture.
 
Mqaret 
  A date-filled deep fried pastry.
 
Prinjolata
 A traditional Maltese dessert prepared especially for carnival. The name 'Prinjolata' comes from 'prinjol', which means pine nuts Maltese
 
Maltese Traditionally Drinks
 
 Malta is famed for locally-made alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, particularly Maltese wine and Maltese beer. Maltese people have been producing wine and brewing beer for centuries. During the 1920s, Malta witnessed the introduction of various companies established primarily to produce such beverages.
 
 Current selections of local wine and local beer have achieved prestigious International Awards. Such accolades endorse the genuine Maltese product, setting a stage for International finesse. 
 
 Apart from wine and beer, Malta is also famous for Maltese liqueurs such as limuncell and for a unique soft drink branded as Kinnie. The latter was launched during the 1950s and is very popular with foreigners visiting Malta and Gozo, especially during the Summer months. The liquors were introduced more recently. They are considered as innovative and unique products, contributing to the high standards of local craft.
 
 

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