Mean Maltese BLT

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Ingredients

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1 Ftira
Lettuce Leaves
1 Tomatoes
1 Maltese sausage
Bacon
2 tbsp Hellmann's mayonnaise
1 tsp Colman's wholegrain mustard
1 tsp Honey
1/2 Lemon jiuce

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Mean Maltese BLT

  • 20 Minutes
  • Serves 1
  • Medium

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A Maltese version of the American classic. I am not quite a fan of American cuisine, if there is such a thing, but I have always been intrigued, and somewhat intimidated, by the classic BLT. It always looks humungous in pictures and I would have never dared to order it in a café (when my girlfriends are probably having a green tea and a miniature toastie of some sort). Thus, this is the perfect dish to create in the comfort of your home, away from the raised eyebrows.

I popped out to my local baker, which is 2-minute walk away, last Saturday morning and got myself a ftira, still warm, fresh out of what seems like a 1950’s bread oven, (il-ftira sħuna tajba, mhux hekk?). I guess, the downside to eating this at home is that I have to share it, whereas the girls wouldn’t dare.

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Steps

1
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In a small bowl, I whisked together a few tablespoons of Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise, full fat of course, some Colman’s Wholegrain Mustard, honey and lemon juice. Once mixed, spread on the open ftira.

2
Done

We have a gas BBQ in our little yard, so instead of messing up my kitchen, I switched it on and placed 2 sliced of bacon and one Maltese sausage.

3
Done

I added a few slices of tomatoes and a few lettuce leaves on the ftira, as well as the grilled bacon and sausage.

4
Done

I cut the ftira in 4 pieces and pinned it down with cocktail sticks to make it look a little classier. Enjoy!

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