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WATCH: Adorable 7-year-old chef makes traditional Maltese ravjul & we’re here for it!
She’s got better kitchen skills than us, tbh.

GuideMeMalta.com

Our favourite half-Maltese, half-Moroccan junior chef is back!

The always cute and very impressive Zaara has her own online cooking show, and in the latest installment, whips up a dish that all Maltese are bound to be familiar with: ravjul biz-zalza tat-tadam frisk (Ravioli in tomato sauce).

A natural in front of the camera, the little chef goes through the process of making the Maltese ricotta ravioli from start to finish, using extra-virgin olive oil, garlic, fresh cherry tomatoes & basil from her granny’s garden, before seasoning with salt, pepper and grated parmesan cheese.

In an interview with GuideMeMalta, Zaara’s mother, Rachel had revealed that cooking vlog serves as an excuse to spend more quality time together, as well as sharing their passion for cooking with the world. 

In recent videos, she’s cooked local favourites like rabbit stew, as well as some impressive dishes like asparagus and salmon lasagna, Japanes Okonomiyaki and chicken drumsticks in an authentic Belgian sauce. 

Is there anything this little one can’t do? We can’t wait to see what she makes next!


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