Gastronomy Rice dish with pork Not like paella. Served with beans. Bacalao - cod fish Although more common in Portugal, this cod can't be missed. Served with onions and potatoes. Brazo de gitano - sponge cake Sponge cake with cream filling. Calamares - fried squid Fried squid rings. Callos - garbanzos is an ingredient Made with garbanzo beans, pork and chorizo. Squid rings & croquetas Croquetas Traditional finger food. Carne asada Carne Asada Carne asada An entree dish served with potatoes. Croquetas You can't leave Galicia without trying this typical appetizer. Can be made with ham or chicken. Brazo de gitano & ice cream Brazo de gitano is translated as gypsies arm. Filled with cream on the inside and surrounded by sponge cake. Empanada - pork, chorizo, tuna Ingredients can include pork, chorizo, octopus, and tuna. Ensaladilla - like potato salad Basically potato salad. This has olives, anchovies and mayonnaise. Entremeses - sliced meat More varieties of sliced meat. Entremeses - sliced meat Anchovies, two different types of ham and chorizo. Entremeses - sliced meat Generally the first thing you eat before a big meal. Made of different sliced meats. Faragullos - made with eggs & flour Very simple recipe of olive oil, flour, water, eggs and salt. All broken into little pieces when fried. Comes from the time when farmers didn't have much food to eat. Flan & ice cream The most common type of desert. Fruits from market day Stands that you can see of locally grown fruits and vegetables during market day. Shrimp & other seafood Shrimp and other seafood. Ice Cream Cake Ice Cream Cake Jamon Serrano - typical ham You can't go anywhere without seeing different brands of this traditional type of ham. Langostinos - for Christmas Typically served during big festivities or for Christmas dinner. Mariscada - seafood You can see the wheel that pilots the boat. Mariscada - seafood Several different types of local seafood served on board the boat that caught the majority of the seafood. Market Day - chorizo, ham & cheese Here we see chorizo, ham, and cheese. Market day - cheese, empanada, bread Typical goods during market day. Usually held on certain days of the week. See cheeses, empanadas and bread. Navallas & scallops Fresh from the nearby sea. Old kitchen This is how the kitchen looked a long time ago. Families gathered around a fire to wait for the meal. Paella - rice, seafood More traditional in the rest of Spain, but Galicia also has very good recipes. Pasteries or pasteles Very typical to eat at breakfast. Pasteries or pasteles Delicious varieties of pasteles. Potatos with bacalao (cod) Bacalao is cod and very popular in Galicia. Uncooked pulpo or octupus You see them in large tubs waiting to be boiled. Pulpo or octupus Prepared Boil in a large caldron with olive oil, sea salt and paprika.