Recipe: Delicious Traditional Maltese bread

Traditional Maltese bread. The hotter the weather gets, the more we find ourselves thinking about a good cut of Maltese bread with tomatoes, olives, tuna and whatnot! Learn all about the classic hobz, the typical Maltese bread! If you have visited Malta before, then you must have come across this lovely bread!

Traditional Maltese  bread Just like Ms_isabelle Maltese bread recipe is quite different to the "Original Traditional Maltese Bread" as contains Margarine, Milk and Sugar. Maltese bread is a solid sourdough bread. It has a crisp crust and a light crumb with irregular holes - and it is very tasty. You can cook Traditional Maltese bread using 3 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Traditional Maltese bread

  1. You need 1 dash of pepper.
  2. You need 1 dash of salt.
  3. It's 1 can of tomato paste.

It uses a dough-like starter (pre-ferment) called ħmira or tinsila in Maltese, but called biga in Italian. Maltese food writer Matty Cremona gives a most mouth watering description of Maltese bread in her book The Way We Ate: "The crown of a genuine Maltese loaf is the dark brown crust, a crunchy covering for bread that is springy, full of air holes and softly chewy. If there's one type of food that Maltese people abroad miss when they think of home, it's Maltese bread. Traditionally baked Ħobż tal-Malti has a hard and crunchy crust on the outside and soft and fluffy white bread from the inside, and tastes nothing like a regular loaf of sliced white bread you might be used to from your local supermarket.

Traditional Maltese bread step by step

  1. Cut your desired bread in half..
  2. Spread your tomato paste on..
  3. Add salt and pepper.

From early days people consumed bread ("ħobż"), as their main source of nourishment. Bread was made from wheat ("qamħ"), flour ("tqiq - dqiq"), and brown bre. The Maltese Ftira is something that the Maltese hold dearly as part of their history and culture. A disc-shaped semi-flat bread made with flour, water and salt is reminiscent of a ciabatta in both texture and taste, but is uniquely different at the same time. Traditional Maltese sour bread had a long process of preparation.

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