Here is the rewind week. This is the week to make up a recipe I missed. Since we started in February, the only recipe I missed was the Berry Galette. Now that it is Autumn and berries are pricey, I decided to make an Apple Galette.
The pastry dough was easy to make. I used my food processor. The recipe had you dividing the dough in half to make two galettes, but I did not do that because I wanted one big one.
After a rest in the refrigerator, the dough rolled out easily to the required size. Placed on a baking sheet, I added chopped gala apples, toasted walnuts, and dark raisins, then added sugar, honey, and butter.
Then I folded over the edges of the pastry dough. Finally, I lightly brushed water on the surface and then sprinkled sugar on top.
In the oven and out it was nicely browned and actually really pretty. We tried it when it was room temperature and it was very good. The sugared pastry dough was the best part.
I kind of thought that the apple/walnut/raisins might have benefited from a soaking in some red wine, like in charoset. But overall, this was good. I bet the berries would have made it awesome.