“Lampuka” is one of the favourites since it’s popular with locals and tourists alike. It can be cooked in a variety of ways: you can either fry it or make a lampuki pie or with fresh tomato sauce.
I still use the same chant: “Ghadhom hajjin” (They’re still alive and fresh”). That is unless I don’t met someone who starts mocking and taunting me.”
Ate some lovely stuff in Malta but my favourite things will always be what my parents make. This was @vemanuel55 's lampuki (aka mahi mahi) with caper & tomato sauce. So so good.
As a kid I hated fish and I'd be slightly terrified of the lampuki woman who would come round to Marsa where my aunt lived shouting about her wares. Now I can't get enough of the stuff. Especially when it's cooked like this 🐟💙
🇲🇹Lampuki - Qabel, waqt u warat-tisjira 🐟
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🌎Mahi-mahi fish - Before, throughout and after cooking! 🐟
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Something I cooked for myself for once. Filleted small dolphin fish (mahi mahi, or lampuga in Italian, lampuka in Maltese) with a fresh yellow grape tomato sauce with capers and olives. Made a lovely supper. #healthfoodies
2 months ago471
Melt in your mouth Lampuki 🤤 we are running this special for a month along with other Lampuki specials while it’s in season on this beautiful little island 🌴
Sparklingly fresh carpaccio made with lampuki fish, caught just hours earlier. Very finely sliced then drizzled with lemon juice, fruity olive oil and seasoned. #tbt to at a stunning fish lunch & cookery class at Ta' Philip on the lovely island of Gozo. Lampuki, also known as dorado or mahi-mahi, is hugely popular in Malta 🇲🇹🐟 @elainestocks