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Stuffed Rabbit Loin with a bean cassoulette – by Tony Farrugia

This recipe shows you an nontraditional way of cooking rabbit. It is a combination of rabbit, meat, vegetables and ham which help enhance the rabbit’s taste.

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Kawlata

You can either have the kawlata as a single course dish – thick stew with crusty Maltese bread. Alternatively just before serving you can remove the meat, first eating a more liquid version of the stew (simpley add a bit more water whilst cooking) and then eat the meat afterwards.

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RED ONION PARCELS (or Tordelli) – by Patricia Azzopardi

Tordelli are similiar to ravioli, except that they have plain edge- rather than the fluted edge like ravioli.

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Lobster Ravioli

Unlike the crab and prawn ravioli, this recipe consists of lobster. Though it contains a certain number of ingredients it is worth it to taste the end result.

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Crab and prawn ravioli – By Patricia Azzopardi

For this recipe it would be best if you use fresh prawns, however frozen prawns can also be used though they should be cold and dry before going into the processor. Unlike the ravioli we are used to, these types of ravioli are filled with crab and prawns.

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Sweet Curd Cheese Tarts by Linda Speight

This is a very old Yorkshire recipe and traditionally these were made with a curd made from the first milk produced by the cow after calving…known as ‘beestings’…this milk would be warmed gently in a pan and would curdle naturally..the curds would then be separated from the whey and made into the tarts

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Cauliflower Fritters – Pulpetti tal-Pastard

Instead of cooking meat or fish fritters, these fritters will be filled with cauliflower amongst other ingredients. This will help to keep you healthy and also filled. You can add some mashed potato and salad in order to fill you up.

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Spinach, bacon & potato soup – By Patty Azzopardi

This is a healthy vegetable soup, whose taste is enhanced due to the bacon, seasoning and cheese. It is easy to make and can be taken as a starter before a main course meal. It contains iron, potassium and some carbohydrates obviously to provide you with some energy.

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Spaghetti and Anchovies

The sauce used in this recipe contains anchovies, unlike other sauces which are more popular such as bolognese, white sauce, marinara and others. However it is still quite delicious even though containing little ingredients, the anchovy taste can be savoured immediately.

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Qarabali ikkuppat by Patricia Azzopardi

This dish is an old dish that goes back to the Knights. Our cooking was not meat but vegetables. This is a healthy meal that can be served as a Sunday lunch.

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