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WATCH: Explore Six Original Ways Of Eating Malta’s Traditional Rabbit In Lovin Eats’ Season Two Finale

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One of the first things that come to mind when thinking of Malta’s cultural foods has to be rabbit, or fenek, as it is known locally.

Every Maltese nanna has their own version of the versatile and traditional meat and every single one is made with love, passion and a unique culinary touch.

That’s why our foodie host, Johnathan Cilia, cruised around Malta with Bolt Malta to taste the unique takes on the classic dish in a massive season finale to Season Two of Lovin Eats.

Lovin Eats Season 2 #10: Rabbit

Rabbit, or ???????????????????? as it is known locally, is Malta’s most beloved delicacy – and rating Malta’s rabbit game in 2020 has to be the perfect way to close off another mouthwatering season of Lovin Eats ????????????

In the season two finale, we’ve teamed up with Bolt to explore all the different takes on the classic Maltese ingredient ???? From traditional cooking techniques to modern fusions and even an insane crossover with another Maltese favourite, this episode is guaranteed to have you hopping around with hunger ????????

And if you are feeling a bit peckish after watching this, you can simply download the Bolt Food app from the following link: http://bit.ly/BoltFoodFB ????

Posted by Lovin Malta on Thursday, August 27, 2020

From ftajjar to pizza, there was a lot to choose from when looking for innovative recipes including rabbit meat!

Rocky's Authentic Ftira Joint

Rocky's Authentic Ftira Joint

The Journey, Ħamrun

The Journey, Ħamrun

Apart from that, there were some traditional dishes which bring back all those childhood memories from Sunday lunch with the family.

These include the quintessential fenek stuffat and the Italian-Maltese hybrid which is rabbit spaghetti.

Little Bones, Ħamrun

Little Bones, Ħamrun

DineWest, Mġarr

DineWest, Mġarr

In a more contemporary and modern light, there was the fried battered rabbit that was served on a bed of wakame with some delicious dressing and bright red peppercorns. Presentation on point!

Giuseppe's, Salina

Giuseppe's, Salina

The episode comes to an emotional close as Johnathan attends a lunch together with his tight-knit family and friends where his father cooks a nostalgic dish of fenek moqli and homemade fried chips.

If you are feeling a bit peckish after watching this, you can simply download the Bolt Food app from the following link.

This episode is the 20th edition of Lovin Eats, which has explored over 110 different restaurants, takeaways, food trucks and delivery services around Malta and Gozo.

You can also watch the rest of our Lovin Eats episodes here where we cover everything from pastizzi to sushi and everything in between!

What food would you love to see in a future episode? Let us know in the comments below!

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