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All articles • 'gourmet today tv'
Asian noodle soup with salmon chunks
Food 18-02

This soup makes the perfect winter meal. Complete with protein from the fish, carbohydrates from the noodles, plenty of veggies and clear, soothing broth. Michael Diacono shares his recipe. 

Penne with salmon, apple and walnuts
Food 18-02

Pasta and salmon is a firm favourite among the Maltese. Michael Diacono gives this dish his own twist. He ditches the cream and uses apple and walnut for an interesting pasta dish that will get your friends talking. 

Homemade pizza with minced lamb and ricotta
Food 11-02

This is a family favourite in Michael Diacono’s household. A homemade base with minced lamb, ricotta and a little bit of mozzarella. Homemade pizza anyone?

Olive and rosemary focaccia
Food 11-02

There is nothing better than the smell of fresh bread. Maybe the taste of fresh bread but anyway! Michael Diacono shares this easy recipe for homemade focaccia flavoured with sliced black olives and rosemary. 

Asian fried rabbit bellies
Food 04-02

Rabbit bellies can be found in the frozen section of some larger supermarkets and make easy meals. Michael Diacono deep-fries his rabbit bellies and serves them with an Asian sauce. 

Roasted rabbit with orange and sage
Food 04-02

Traditionally fried rabbit is the most comforting dish, however it makes a huge mess of the kitchen. Michael Diacono’s recipe for roasted rabbit with orange and sage puts rabbit back on the menu as all it takes is one dish and much less mess. 

Prawn chowder
Food 28-01

This American classic is usually made with clams. Michael Diacono turns this into a more Mediterranean dish with local prawns. 

Spicy carrot and lentil soup
Food 28-01

If you’re trying to get your kids to eat a more varied diet, this is the recipe to get them to eat more lentils – just go easy on the chilli and the ginger. Michael Diacono shares his recipe for carrot soup with red lentils and plenty of spices. 

Jasmine tea pannacotta with honey
Food 21-01

Everyone loves a good pannacotta. Michael Diacono flavours this one with jasmine tea and local honey for light, delicate flavours that can be appreciated after any meal. 

Lemon posset
Food 21-01

Lemon posset is an old-school English dessert that has lost some of its popularity. Michael Diacono gives this classic a new lease of life. 

Creme brûlée
Food 21-01

This French classic is a favourite among many. Michael Diacono shares an easy recipe. The trick, he says, is to use a shallow dish so that you get a good burnt sugar to cream ratio. 

Artichoke and Maltese sausage stew
Food 14-01

Slow-cooked stews are what winters are made for. Michael Diacono’s artichoke and Maltese sausage recipe has all the benefits of a slow cooked stew that can be prepared in a fraction of the time. 

Artichokes with broad beans and peas in a bun
Food 14-01

The winter is a great time for veggies and the globe artichoke one reason we can look forward to the cold season. In this recipe Michael Diacono uses local artichokes with broad beans and peas and stuffs them into brown bread rolls and then bakes them. The perfect comfort food

Winter penne with mushrooms and pumpkin
Food 07-01

What could make winter veggies even better than they arleady are? Pasta, that's what. Michael Diacono makes a simple pasta dish using winter veggies and plenty of cheese for the ulitmate winter pasta dish. 

Tagliatelle with orange, black olives and bottarga
Food 07-01

Michael Diacono excels at delicious pasta dishes where the sauce can be cooked in the time it takes to boil the pasta. This one with orange, black olives and bottarga is no exception. 

Tuna dip
Food 31-12

Everybody has their own tuna dip recipe. Michael Diacono makes one making his own mayonnaise in just minutes. The flavour is absolutely worthwhile. 

Anchovy palmiers
Food 31-12

Palmiers are biscuits made from puff pastry and rolled with some sort of filling inside. Michael Diacono makes these savoury palmiers with anchovy paste. 

Artichoke and ricotta wraps
Food 31-12

Using just pantry staples, Michael Diacono whips up this easy dip and serves it in tortilla wraps which make great party canapés or a great lunchbox idea for the following day. 

Festive hot chocolate
Food 24-12

When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing like staying home and sitting on the sofa with a hot chocolate. Michael Diacono gives his hot chocolate a festive twist with a chocolate cinnamon cream. 

Roasted apple cider punch
Food 24-12

Tis the season for mulled wine. If you’re a fan of mulled wine, you’ll definitely love this apple cider punch with all the flavours of mulled wine and some roasted apples. Michael Diacono shares his recipe. 

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