Monday, August 11, 2014

Making a Fruit Galette!

I read a little about a Galette (free-form pies that are easy and all purpose) in our weekend food section of the newspaper.




I had never read much about any type of pastry since I was taught by Mom and I do a great deal of baking her way.  As I started to readabout Galettes I have found out that I have made many a Galette just playing with dough and fruit.







Today I am making one with prepared pie rust (refrigerated).  I mentioned in a few blogs ago that I would be making some easy dessert recipes and this is definitely one and you don't have to have the oven on too long.



2 cups small cubed apples (any variety)
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 or 2 dabs butter  

Mix apples, sugar and cinnamon together.
 
Roll out refrigerated dough slightly.  Place apples in center. Dab with butter and pinch sides to center.  Brush with a little melted butter and a little more cinnamon. 

Very professional looking I'd say!

Happy Baking from my kitchen to yours,


M.J.






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