Happy Anniversary! All these desserts are delicious, but a galette or crostata is the simplest to make. Fold the edge over the filling, making pleats as you go. Juice and zest the lemon. I too use Minute Tapioka, tho I grind it a little finer in my “coffee ” grinder. I usually make the galette dough the day before so that the dough has time to chill and rest. It’s out of the oven and cooling now. All your desserts are merveilleux. A galette or crostata is a single crust open face pie that is cooked on a baking sheet. Kevin, thank you so much for this video! I made one little change….I stirred gently with a red spatula…and it turned out delicious! Last weekend I took my Rhubarb Crunch to a 100th birthday party potluck and I swear the guests inhaled it – I didn’t even get to taste it. Your blueberry galette with French pastry crust will be perfect as a celebration at my French conversation circle. I ordered my pin from this online source. Rolling out the dough -- On a lightly-floured surface, roll the dough into a 13-inch-diameter circle. Pie crust is one of the most important ingredients in the blueberry galette, and I usually just use a pre-made refrigerated pie crust. I bow down to you my Favorite recipe Guru! Lucky me, I have all needed ingredients at the ready! Also, LOVED the “live audience” and kudos on the fancy kitchen renovation, it makes me want to redo mine. Pop the galette into the fridge while you heat the oven to 425°F. Brush the edge with the beaten egg, and give it a sprinkling of Demerara sugar. Keep the great recipes & handy tips coming! I just don’t like blue berries but love your crust and instructions. If not, add 1 or 2 extra tablespoons of sugar. Love your instructions —. TFS. Laughing before thinking, that’s my goal. So in the end, I decided to call them Mini Blueberry Galettes, since a galette is basically a flat pie, and since that title uses only three words and helps me sleep more soundly at night. Can’t wait to make this. Making the dough -- Tip the flour, confectioners' sugar and salt in the bowl of a food processor. Flaky French pastry dough. Making the filling, and forming the galette -- Put the sugar and lemon zest in a large bowl, and rub them together with clean fingers until the sugar is scented. Although I have 2 bookcases full of a lifetime of collecting cookbooks – I am having troubles waiting for your book to be released – like a kid waiting for Christmas. Blueberries are on sale here. Can you tell me please did you bake using the fan heat in the oven,. This looks wonderful, Kevin. Berry Buckle, BY Kevin Lee Jacobs | May 21, 2015 78 Comments, Oh my goodness. Here’s the video/recipe. Frozen berries will work perfectly for the blueberry danish I filmed a couple of weeks ago. A question please, that echoes other responders above – what about using frozen blueberries? Now paint the galette’s edge with some beaten egg…. I’d love to see your kitchen photos. Blueberry Galette. I appreciate your fun remarks, Kevin. ), Looks delicious. May 24, 2015 at 8:50 am. Thanks for the great recipes, Kevin. I can never fold pastry without breaking it (I blame the wrong colored utensils) so I just rolled it out directly on the parchment, which worked fine. COPYRIGHT © 2009 - 2019 | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED | KEVIN LEE JACOBS. Seeing these pictures sets my mouth to waterin’! I’m using Huckleberries! Hi BernadetteO – I hope you enjoy the galette! Bon appetit! Here’s the video how-to, plus the click-to-print recipe. Hi Kevin. Yes please!! Made it…..loved it……wait….there’s some left………. Note: If this recipe looks familiar to you, that’s because I made a variation of it back in 2015. Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Pie I am always looking for additions to my favorite (Nova Scotia Blueberry pie) and traditional love (blueberry pudding) not to mention many muffins, pancakes and breads filled with those perfect, tiny little wild Maine Blueberries. I have time to experiment with cooking for my husband now. The crust went together perfectly, rolled out perfectly, was refrigerated for 30 min., but broke in several places as I moved it to the cookie sheet after rolling out. First on my list is bb pie with lime – juice and zest. Kevin Lee Jacobs (www.kevinleejacobs.com) Refrigerate for 10 minutes or so while you move on to the next step. Can I use frozen, and should I make any adjustments to the recipe if I do? Thanking you. Prep Time: 10 minutes. Thank you for letting me plug my cookbook. On a lightly-floured (or non-stick) work surface, form the dough into a ball, flatten it into a disk, and then wrap the disk in plastic wrap. The filling: Put 2 pints (4 cups) of blueberries in a bowl, and sprinkle them with 1/2 cup sugar. Cook Time: 45 minutes. I need a little thank you for my neighbor , and I just found it. Off to buy blueberries tomorrow . if stored in an airtight container in the freezer. Hope you or someone can answer this for me because I am anxious to try this recipe. Do you own a French rolling pin? I might put a little greek yogurt on it, just to tell myself it is healthier. I finally got my kitchen back, and your blueberry galette will be the dessert for my first dinner party this Saturday. Your email address will not be published. I’ve never tried making pie because reading instructions to make the dough always made me unsure… watching you, and enjoying your side comments, made all the difference. Stir in the butter. This was the second of your recipes I’ve followed (the 1st was a chocolate custard) both were simple to follow and resulted in great deserts. Bake until the crust is beautifully bronzed — about 25 minutes. They are so inviting. Thanks for sharing Kevin!!!! Blueberries – one of my favorite fruits, along with raspberries, rhubarb, blackberries, strawberries etc. Disclosure & Privacy Policy. Yikes. It looks so much more elegant than a pie. Thank you for letting me plug my cookbook. As all your recipes that I’ve tried, this is an absolute taste bud party! Now taste a blueberry. […] Recipe Source: A Garden for the House. Rushing home from vacation to give this a go…. Zippy lemon zest. I LOVE anything blueberry! If not, get thee one. Thanks again!!! Hi Julie – I’ve only tried this recipe with blueberries. Brush the egg onto the edge of the crust. It is picture perfect, certainly due to the chef’s photographic skills. Hi Matt – I’m so glad you tried — and liked — this galette. Kevin, Thanks! Serve with vanilla ice cream for a real treat. Zippy lemon zest. . PS.. I’ve always want to make a Tart… after a trip for a habdy dandy rolling pin like yours, and tart tray… I’ll be all over this recipe. Note: If this recipe looks familiar to you, that’s because I made a variation of it back in 2015. It’s a terrific baking accessory! You can probably find it over at Amazon. I wonder if other fruit would work, I’m thinking peaches. I have gained so much confidence in my own cooking becuase of your recipes and guidance that I literally have people on facebook ASKING ME to cook for them. And Happy Anniversary! We thoroughly enjoyed this pie! Guess what I’m doing today!?! Let me know how the frozen-version works out for you! Will have two make two of these beauties. Tapioca will insure the galette isn’t runny with juice. (or anytime!) Blueberries are one of my Favorites, so I WILL be trying this blue gem very soon! Hello Kevin, I can’t wait to try this one too. It’s the best thickener for fruit tarts and pies. Right now it is rhubarb time – time to eat Rhubarb Crunch – YUM! <>?!?! I can only imagine the ecstasy I might have enjoyed if I could have followed the recipe exactly as written! Also going blueberry picking so I will try this delicious looking recipe then. this recipe and laugh alot while eating it? You have the BEST recipes!! My step-by-step recipe: A brief note: After I made the galette, I gave one small slice to my friend Brenda for taste-testing. This looks amazing, I want to make this today and we have almost every fruit except blueberries lol guess me and the kids will make this beauty tomorrow! Hi Donna – Frozen blueberries ought to work for this recipe. I had to transfer it to a rimmed baking sheet. A French rolling pin is your friend here. New Staircase Carpet: A Decorative Boo-Boo? Thank you, Kevin! . So, cookbook people, let’s get with it.