Ftira with pulled pork

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Delicious Maltese #ftira with traditional kunserva, giardinera and pulled pork as seen on TV Delicious Maltese #ftira with traditional kunserva, giardinera and pulled pork as seen on TV

We have here what is probably one of the best sourdough breads in the world. The small old fashioned bakeries are still active and alive in the hub of every village and town.
Old village bakery in the heart of a Mediterranean village Old village bakery in the heart of a Mediterranean village

Fermented slowly the bread is crunchy and crusty with the inside, moist, light and an overall flavor that is unique.

Crusty and crunchy with the softest of interiors, Maltese bread, freshly baked a few times a day Crusty and crunchy with the softest of interiors, Maltese bread, freshly baked a few times a day

For my recipe I use ftira flat loaf topped with sesame seed. Traditionally these loaves are dipped in olive oil and lightly spread with tomato paste and an optional addition is tuna.

Traditionally #ftira with tuna Traditionally #ftira with tuna

I replaced tuna with slow cooked pulled pork during our tv programme with a very delicious result.

Ftira with pulled pork as seen on ONE TV Ftira with pulled…

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