Peach galette=peaches, galivanting in your mouth

Fruit tarts/pies/etc are my favorite type of dessert. When Joey and I visited my relatives in Hawaii, I had my first glimpse of a galette. It was divine. 3+ years later, I’ve made my first galette and oh my it is wonderful. The recipe is adapted from here, and here.

Gallivanting Peach Galette 

Serves 5

Ingredients:

1/2 of Pate Brisse Recipe (courtesy of Martha)
4 Large peaches, sliced
1 Lime, juiced (or lemon)
1/3 cup and 2 Tbs. Sugar
1 Tbs. Cornstarch
1/2 Tsp. Salt (oops, I added 1 Tsp– c’est la vie)
1 Egg, large
1 Tbs. Milk

1. Make Pate Brisse Recipe and cool in refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
2. While the Pate Brisse is cooling, combine the sliced peaches, lime juice, 1/3 cup sugar, cornstarch and salt in a medium sized bowl.
3. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Upon removing the Pate Brisse from the icebox, place on counter for 10 minutes. Then roll out the dough into a rectangle (or circle)–whatever you like. Place parchment paper on your baking sheet. Roll the dough loosely over the rolling pin and transfer to baking sheet. Place fruit filling into the center of the dough leaving a 1.5 inch margin around all edges. Fold the edge over the filling, and marvel at the rustic beauty! Whisk the egg and milk together and brush over edge using a pastry brush. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the crust.
4. Bake for 45-50 minutes until the edges are golden brown. Upon removal from the oven transfer to a cooling rack, otherwise the crust will be soggy. Serve with ice cream, yogurt or freshly whipped cream. Enjoy the deliciousness!!

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