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‘Baking is fun and can be easy.

There are several recipes of traditional Maltese rusks but I particularly like this one with no added fats and a straightforward nearly all-in-one method.

These cookies are meant to be slightly crude, on the larger side with a rusk type texture and great for dunking in a cup of coffee.

The enticingly strong aniseed flavour makes them very special.  The same or similar recipe is used to make Christening cookies [round rather than oval and slightly more refined in appearance with pink or blue or white icing piped on the top] and brides cookies [with additional pieces of candied peel].’

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For the recipe in Maltese click here

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One Comment on “Maltese Village Cookies [Biskuttini tar-rahal] – no added fats

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