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What do Malta people eat?

What do Malta people eatMaltese cuisine is typically Mediterranean in character, based on fresh seasonal locally available produce and seafood. While many dishes are native to the island, some popular Maltese recipes reflect Sicilian and Southern Italian as well as traces of Moorish, Spanish, Berber, French and British influences (such as qassatat). There are many unique, distinctive and popular local dishes such as ftira biż-żejt (unleavened bread with tomatoes as its main ingredient and olive oil), ġbejniet (round cheeselet made from goats milk), pastizzi (made with puff pastry filled with either ricotta cheese or mashed peas) and ross il-forn (baked pre-boiled rice in a tomato and minced meat sauce). Maltese cuisine is still popular in households and restaurants in Malta.



Malta description:

Malta, officially the Republic of Malta, is a southern European country and consists of an archipelago situated centrally in the Mediterranean, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km east of Tunisia, with the Strait of Gibraltar 1,826 km to the west and Alexandria 1,510 km to the east.

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