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Gozitan party snacks

Gozitan snacks - olives, salami, cheese - arranged on a plate

Here’s a really attractive idea for party snacks. They’re quick and easy to make, and tasty – a perfect plate of nibbles for handing round. The ones in the picture have local Gozitan produce – salami, stuffed olives, cheese, and a Maltese cracker-type of biscuit called galletti. Leave out the salami for a vegetarian version.

Simply arrange the snacks in layers on the plate. You can prepare them in advance so you don’t need to be faffing about with food when the guests arrive.

You can adapt this idea to use whatever is available where you live. Have a look in your local deli counter and see what you can come up with. Please write in with your ideas!



3 Responses to “Gozitan party snacks”

  1. Zentner

    All I can think of is that you can substitute galletti with chips. And if I see well, there is an onion on the plate too, which is missed out in the decription.

  2. JJ

    The cheese is local Gozitan peppered goat cheese and there are some sliced tomatoes hiding in there somewhere too.

  3. Not Delia

    Thanks, Zentner and JJ. Oops, you’re quite right. That’s the trouble with taking photos and then writing about them several weeks later.

    OK, guys, I shall try to do better next time.

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