El octopus to feira o Galician octopus is one of the most delicious dishes of Galician gastronomy. It is traditionally cooked in a copper cauldron and served with coarse salt, pepper, and olive oil. You have all the information in: «The typical dishes of Spain by autonomous communities«.

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