Before writing about a comfortable dish, I want to share with you something more personal while you enjoy some photos of streets, alleys and Maltese houses.
Coming from a country where, today, leaving and arriving home or walking on streets makes you a target for burglars, the streets and Maltese houses are more than a charm for me. Enchantment is a word I think fits in the “Security dream” sentence. It’s true that each country carries its luck, beauty and problems.
The several styles of streets, alleys, houses, apartments, flats, etc and the quiet life that is lived here are scattered throughout the island. I’m an extremely curious explorer about the customs of the Maltese people. I think this feeling is so beautiful on me mainly because of the experiences that I carry. While we are walking on the streets and alleys is when I have more certainty that there is still much to discover about the Maltese customs. My husband and I live in an apartment in the north of the island and during these seven months I‘ve been living here in Malta, leaving and arriving home has been a real dream. I‘m not saying that violence doesn’t exist here, but for seven months nothing happened to us.
We have shared many interesting posts on our blogs and this is like sitting down to drink a coffee or tea and just talk about some of our experiences, feelings, photos, recipes, sports. I hope this post carries on the way of this feeling.
Writing about meat, actually I am addicted to preparing stewed meat. This pork was so amazing that I decided to serve it straight in the pan. During cooking, stirring the food is also addictive because every time you look inside the pan, the texture of the meat and sauce are getting wonderful and the aroma makes the home a comfort. Let me convince you to try it too.
Believe me, with this blend the meat will get a great flavour.
2 – Meanwhile, prepare a couscous following the package directions (the time for my couscous was 8 minutes).
4 –Place the meat and sauce over couscous, add some tomatoes and cabbage and serve.
Christmas is coming, but I could not wait until then to make it.