- Loaves are each about 9 inches in diameter
- Pre-baked in Lugo, Galicia
- Crusty, airy loaves of white bread
- Ready in about 10 minutes
- Size - 2 loaves - 1.32 pounds
From the ovens of a bakery in Lugo, Galicia, we're pleased to bring you this amazing bread. Made with the same recipe as our immensely popular Barra Gallega, this bread is shaped into a rustic ring. Rosca Gallega is a culinary treasure from Galicia with its crackly crust and sweet, light interior.
Rosca Gallega is easy to enjoy; in just a few minutes, the tantalizing aroma of freshly baked bread will fill your kitchen. Place this partially baked bread in an oven that is preheated to 375 degrees, and bake for about 10 minutes. Made with a light, yeasty dough, it has an airy interior surrounded by a thin, crisp crust and is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. One of our favorites ways to serve it is sliced and filled with slices of jamón and Manchego cheese for the perfect bocadillo sandwich.
Those of you who have visited Santiago de Compostela will remember eating the extraordinary bread of Galicia. For years we've searched for a Galician bread to carry at La Tienda and we've finally found it! We think this Galician bread stands up well against any we have tasted – and that is saying a lot.
The medieval pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela is inspiring in its spirituality and architecture, but is also memorable for its abundance of fresh seafood and vegetables native to the region. You can feast on sizzling platters of locally grown padrón peppers, bubbling cazuelas of Coquille San Jacques from freshly harvested scallops, and pulpo simmering in oil, garlic and smoked paprika. All of these extraordinary dishes are accompanied by bread that is legendary throughout Spain.
Wheat flour, water, salt, yeast, calcium carbonate (a stabilizer), mon and diacetyl tartaric acid esters of glycerides of fatty acids (an emulsifier) and ascorbic acid (as antioxidant). CONTAINS: WHEAT
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 11 reviews Write a review
"awesome bread. will be ordering more"
Diane Nielsen - Dixon, CA - Mar 22, 2015
"Love the bread, I have had it before. Great crust and has a very good taste to it."
Richard Moccia - PROVINCETOWN, Massachusetts - Mar 12, 2015
"The bread was excellent. Almost as good as my Mother's born in Lugo, Galicia many long years ago. (Just kidding it was very good)"
MERCEDES MILLER - OXFORD, Michigan - Jan 25, 2015
"Attractive for any occasion and always delicious."
Tom Harris - Gainesville, FL - Dec 29, 2014
"Loved the bread, the crust, it was perfect with the cheese and jamon."
EDNA FERNANDEZ - DELTONA, Florida - Dec 28, 2014
Sabina Sanchez - Lakeland, FL - Dec 25, 2014
"This bread is some of the best ever eaten. Most of our twenty guests wanted to know where they could get some. I told them."
Robert Jones - La Grange, KY - May 19, 2013
"Some loaves were quite a bit smaller than some others? Otherwise, the bread is the closest to French baquettes as possible."
ROBERT COOPER - OCEANPORT, NJ - Apr 1, 2013
"just as I remembered."
YVETTE NOVACEK - STRATFORD, CT - Mar 19, 2013
"This bread is amazing! We will continue to order it for sure. Este pan es delicioso!"
Tonia P. - Dec 26, 2010
"This bread is delicious! Just place it in the oven for 10 minutes and you will have a wonderful loaf of the lightest, airiest, bread. Pairs very well with the olive oil also sold on latienda.com"
Dana F. - Mar 11, 2010