11th March 2015
Gofio is a typical Canarian food made of a non-sifted flour and roasted cereal, usually wheat or maize. It looks like white flour but with a darker or yellowish appearance.
It can be combined with: meats, vegetables, fish, and dairy products: milk, cheese, among others.
– Gofio of Maize is probably the most common.
– Gofio of Wheat is characterized, among other things, for being more consumed in the western islands than in the eastern islands.
In the village of San Mateo, Gran Canaria, there is a Gofio Mill, where you can see the necessary machinery to manufacture the gofio and buy freshly packaging.
If you want to visit villages such as San Mateo, then you can rent a car with Top Car Auto Reisen.
Have you already visited the north of #GranCanaria? We recommend three villages which are very interesting.
Every Thursday “La Ruta de los Pinchos” takes place at 20:00 in the historic district of Vegueta from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, this day there is a great atmosphere and worth visiting this area. Now we show you 4 restaurants where you can actually try these tasty “pinchos” (small snack plus a drink from 2 Euros).
In TopCar we have made a small list with our favorite places of this "miniature continent" called Gran Canaria.