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  • I have no idea! Never thought or heard of a typical maltese breakfast. When we were kids we were fed fresh eggs, soft boiled bis-suldati. Hobz biz-zejt u t-tadam, porridge perhaps or smid (semolina). My nanny used to tell me li kienu jhobbu jfettu l-hobz fil-kafe jew fit-te.
    For the life of me, I cannot remember any mention of a Maltese kolazzjon in all the delightful stories I hear from my mother in law.
    If I had to ‘create’ a Maltese breakfast I think I’d go the British way with bacon and eggs and include fresh gbejniet laced with Maltese honey, a small salad with tomatoes, olives and capers drizzled with local olive oil and fresh Maltese bread. I’d start off with freshly squeezed blood oranges and down it with freshly brewed coffee.

    Posted on 11:07 on 04 January