Baking Ftira – Maltese bread Scones with lemon Scones with homemade jam Devonshire Split with home made fresh cream Devonshire Split Ciabatta Qaghaq tal-Ghasel are often called honey rings but they are actually made from molasses. Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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I’ve been looking for a Maltese style bread recipe which I see in these pictures above. Do you mind sharing the one of the Ftira, the bread and the Qaq ta’ l’ghasel, please? I would greatly appreciate it.
Millie Meyer D’Agostino
Millie, the ftira recipe is already on the blog…I get great results with this recipe. My friend Karl makes Maltese loaf and it is outstanding…here’s the link to his site…http://karl0415.blogspot.com/2013/03/hobz-tal-malti-maltese-bread.html#.UwDh0kJdX0B
I’ll do the qaghaq ta’l-ghasel in the days to come.
Good luck with the ftira and bread…
I am wondering if in making any of the bread recipes, can non-gluten flour be used. My daughter cannot use gluten and I know she would love some of these recipes. Thanks.
I found your link on Facebook, thank you or your Maltese recipes.
You’re so welcome…
WHat is starter can you by in the shope
Hi Mary, I gave instructions how to make the starter. In Maltese it’s called Tnissila. If you prefer you can get it King Arthur Flour http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/classic-fresh-sourdough-starter-1-oz?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=Shopping&utm_keyword=Classic+Fresh+Sourdough+Starter+-+1+oz&gclid=CjwKEAiAuc_FBRD7_JCM3NSY92wSJABbVoxBm6zklpi_oCDhcN7YRZYXXlbdzhsqp7LlDkCxdQdpgxoCZqrw_wcB&kwid=productads-adid^170124117023-device^c-plaid^70559718062-sku^1522-adType^PLA
Thank you for sharing these recipes I will make the ftira I make qaq ta-lghasel often
Oh you’re so welcome…I love qaghaq ta’ l-ghasel too but only make them when I have company as the recipe makes a lot or I would end up having to eat them all 🙂 Thank you for your message 🙂
Nice site, love the recipes 🙂 thanks for sharing
Thank you Natalie… 🙂