Category: Maltese Soups

Maltese Kawlata with Ham Hock

My mother and grandmother always added fennel seeds and local wild celery, both giving the kawlata a very distinct taste and I have done my own variation by sticking to their recipe and adding kale, sweet potato and fresh turmeric which are all very popular at the moment.

Three traditional Maltese Soups

Some very simple recipes for traditional soups made with fresh local fresh vegetables, every day meals in Malta Widow’s Soup [Soppa tal Armla] 1 onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, crushed 2 potatoes, peeled and chopped 2 carrots, peeled and chopped 1 kohlrabi, peeled and chopped 1 cup broad beans 2 celery sticks, sliced 1 cup peas ½ or a small cauliflower cut into bite … Read More Three traditional Maltese Soups

Maltese Brodu taċ-ċanga [Maltese Beef Broth]

The traditional beef broth is delicious and I am told that the two most important ingredients not to ever be missed out is local celery, a dark green variety with thinner stems and lots of black pepper. You can use Osso Bucco steaks which give the soup a wonderful flavor. There is nothing more delectable than eating the marrow out of the hole in … Read More Maltese Brodu taċ-ċanga [Maltese Beef Broth]