Bread of the forest: chestnuts and chestnuts with dark chocolate.

  • Exhibitor: ABOAMIGALLA
  • Brand name: AMIGAMEIGA
  • Sector: MASA MADRE
  • New
Bread with sourdough of own cultivation, chestnut flour, stump of natural chestnut, native wheat flour callobre. In its sweet version, with dark chocolate. Baked in a wood and stone oven.

Aboamigalla is a certified artisan workman for elaboration Protected Geographical Indication Pan de Cea. With three wood and stone ovens, he is a pioneer in the recovery of Caaveiro wheat, certified by the Ministry of Agriculture as 100% native Galician, in the production of Cea bread. This cereal confers a characteristic flavor and assumes a return to the origins, recovering an authentic and original flavor in this ancient bread (it is made the same since the thirteenth century, its process of regulation being regulated by regulations) and of great durability. Aboamigalla produces its own cultivated sourdough consisting of caaveiro wheat in its integral version, which is especially healthy, taking care to preserve the prestige of one of the 4 protected geographical indications of bread in Spain, the first one in Europe and the only one that There is bread in Galicia and the highest level of raw material quality in its composition. In Aboamigalla, they are produced entirely by hand and using native cereals, in addition to Cea Bread, different traditional Galician breads (chestnut, corn, rye ...) and pie, as in the past, of thin dough, hand-stretched, with best ingredients (saffron, extra virgin olive oil, supreme Galician beef, poultry, scallop...). Aboamigalla is the first craftsman in the national territory (and with direct fire wood ovens) to obtain an international quality certification, the IFS GM Food, being the first also of Cea's bread producers. Also pioneers in Spain in a system of circular economy that in a totally sustainable way, uses the leftover smoke from the furnaces, to heat the water and provide the heating installation (and the woodshed). Clean energy, firewood and smoke; Fossil energies are not used. Also the Cea bread container is more valuable since it is 100% biodegradable. The modern design of the workshop, of 1,000 square meters, combines tradition and respect for the natural and historical enclave of the Camino de Santiago (Ruta de la Plata) incorporating exterior and interiors of wood and direct fire wood furnaces constitute a firm commitment to the most traditional and genuine bread making. To value the richness in our product and location, Aboamigalla carries out a program of culture of good bread, with visits by collectives in the oven where they are trained in the excellence of artisan bread and Cea bread, an ancestral bread.

We use cookies to offer our visitors a transparent and comfortable experience when browsing our website. By using our website you accept the use of cookies; You can get more information about cookies and their use on our website in the section of Cookies policy.