6 Maltese sweets every Maltese should know how to cook

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Maltese people are fun to be with, and they find every excuse to party. Sweets are, therefore, part of every time of the year. Here are the top 6 Maltese sweets:

1 . Qaghaq tal-ghasel (Honey rings)

Typically eaten the most during  Christmas time , but they are something Maltese people enjoy throughout the year.

2.  Prinjolata

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Mouthwatering AND tasty. This is enjoyed usually during the carnival season before lent.

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