Galette is a simple open pastry that you can pretty much make sweet or savory.
It makes an amazingly easy and delicious lunch or dinner option or perhaps a dessert if you’re making a sweet version.
I made this galette by using sauteed mushrooms and chopped leeks.
Furthermore, I used goat cheese dip infused with herbs and garlic seasoning, so this galette’s taste had an extra depth of flavor.
I am sure you would love it with spreadable cream cheese with a dash of Herbes de Provence and garlic powder.
Mmhmm!!! Yum! I would love that version more, I think, because I’m not the biggest fan of tangy goat cheese taste, although it goes so well with this pastry.
My daughter and I love it!
Well, I must admit it was one satisfying lunch for both of us. My boys hate mushrooms, so we didn’t even offer, but there was nothing left anyway.
I believe next time, I’m going to make a big bowl of mixed spring greens and enjoy it even more. This is my favorite way to bake; it doesn’t require too much fuss, it looks homemade and rustic and above all, it always comes out delicious no matter what filling you are using.
Over the years I’ve posted several open pies, with berry is one of our all-time favorites, but with apples or peach and plum is close by too.
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