Rustic Blackberry Galette

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As promised, I’m closing the summer chapter with a last blackberry recipe : a galette. Galettes are quite popular these days, I see them popping everywhere in Instagram and my favorite blogs.
It’s the wild cousin of our family tart, always neat and pretty, the galette loves messy and juicy fruits. The quirkier, the better.
But it’s also a matter of taste, I’ve found that the galette with a nice buttery crust, caramelized in the oven, is the perfect vehicule for tangy blackberries.
The only trick to this recipe is rolling your dough to create a nice round that will delicately cover your fruits. The rest is almost too easy for the stunning result that you get. Everyone will be amazed for Sunday lunch, I promise.

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Rustic Blackberry Galette

200g of flour
150g of cold butter, diced
1 tbsp of sugar
3 tbsp of cold water
1 pinch of salt

Pour garnish
200g of fresh blackberries
50g of brown sugar
Juice of 1 lemon

Pour finish
1 tbsp of milk
1 tbsp of sugar

1. Mix the flour, salt and sugar in a bowl. Add the butter and work with your fingers until you have a coarse texture. Add the water and incorporate into the dough. Cover with a plastic wrap and refrigerate for 2 hours.
2. Preheat the oven at 180°C. Roll the dough on a floured surface, transfer on an oven tray covered with parchment paper.
3. Mix the blackberries with the sugar and lemon. Place on the dough. Fold the edges.
4. Brush the edges with the milk and sprinkle with sugar. Bake for 35/45 minutes

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2 thoughts on “Rustic Blackberry Galette

    1. Charlotte Post author

      Merci Camille ! La saison des mûres est presque terminée mais cette galette est top avec plein d autres fruits : figues, poires, prunes …

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