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The bakery experience will take you back quite a few decades, to the time when the ftira was one of the few food items the Maltese people could afford. Ftiras were made using a particular dough recipe, and were then used as a base for local ingredients and served as lunch or supper. This recipe survived through generations and has now become an interactive experience for those who wish to get the taste of traditional Maltese cooking.
A master baker will guide you through the methods to properly knead and place the dough. Once your ftira is baked to perfection, you can choose which of your favourite ingredients to add to it, such olives, cheeses and sundried tomatoes. Then sit back, relax and take in the surroundings while you enjoy a glass of wine and your very own Maltese ftira.
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