21 April 2011

Rustic Apple Galette










A lot of time I wanna make this Rustic Apple galette and was amazing and nice, never I try before, love apples, always you have apples and are amazing in dessert and cakes and these apples are from my apple trees, Im so proud, he,he.
I adapted this recipe from countryliving recipes I love Country Living, and Goodhousekeeping their recipes are absolutely nice.



Ingredients

2 1/2 cups all purpose flour, and more for surface
6 tablespoons of sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
130 grs. butter (cold in cubes)
ice water
4 large Empire or Granny Smith peeled and cored
and cut in thick slices
zest of a large orange
more 2 tablespoon of orange juice
cinnamon  ans sugar for  sprinkle


Method

 In a large bowl combine 2 1/2 cups of flour, 3 tablespoon of sugar and salt.
Add cubes butter , cut into flour with a pastry blender. Mix in 3 or 4 tablespoons of ice water(If is needed add some flour.
Shape dough into a disk, wrap in plastic and refrigerate for ate least 1 hour.

2.In a large bowl toss apples with orange juice and zest.
Preheat oven at 200 ° c.

3. Roll out dough on a well floured surface to a  26 cm. diameter.
Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet.

4.In a small bowl mix together remaining 1 tablespoon flour and 2 tablespoon of sugar sprinkle over dough.
Layer apples on dough leaving about 2 inch border.
Fold edges over apples lightly brush apples with melted butter and dough with 1 tablespoon of water.
Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over apples and dough.
Bake until crust is golden and apples are tender about 40 minutes.
Let cool in a rack and then lift the parchment carefully  and place the gallete in a dish.
Enjoy!


Im sending this to







EN ESPAÑOL

Tarta galette de manzanas







Hace mucho que quería hacer esta receta. A veces he comentado que veo algo o leo (depende de lo antigua que es la receta) ya saben que antiguamente no teníamos fotos, mi abuelita Chela  hacía dibujos en su cuaderno, muy ingenioso!
Bueno vi esta receta en una revista de Country living me encantó siempre había querido hacerla, pero son tantas las recetas pendientes! Cuando empezé este Blog mi hijo me decía y que pasa si se te acaban las recetas? Le dije honestamente no creo, tengo tantas que  no sé si alcanzaré a hacerlas todas. (y siempre van saliendo nuevas sobre todo en los blogs)
Bueno aquí está la recomiendo absolutamente,  la masa es  deliciosa.
Y el relleno de manzanas tambien.

Ingredientes

2 y 1/2 tazas de harina sin polvos de hornear
6 cucharadas de azúcar
1/4 cucharadita de sal
130 grs. de mantequilla
agua helada para unir
4 manzanas grandes Fuji o Granny Smith
peladas, sin semillas y cortadas en tajadas delgadas
la ralladura de una naranja
2 cucharadas de jugo de naranja
azúcar y canela para espolvorear

Método

En un bol grande unir la harina, más tres cucharadas de azúcar y la sal.
Agregar la mantequilla helada en cubos mezclar con la harina haciendo migajas, Agregar 3 a 4 cucharadas de agua fria y unir haciendo una masa, envolver en un film plástico y llevar al refrigerador por al menos 1 hora.

En un bol grande mezclar las manzanas, el jugo de naranja y la ralladura de naranja.

Precalentar el horno a 200°C.
Estirar la masa con un rodillo sobre una superficie enharinada.

Formar un círculo de unos 26 cm de diámetro.
Colocar sobre papel mantequilla en la lata de horno.
En un bol pequeño mezclar una cucharada de harina con dos de azúcar.
Espolvorear sobre la masa.
Formar las manzanas en forma de abanico sobre la masa.Dejando un borde unos 4 cm. alrededor.
Doblar la masa en las orillas hacia dentro.
Mojar con un poco de  agua la masa.
Pincelar lasmanzanas con mantequilla derretida.
Espolvorear con azúcar y canela.
Llevar a horno por unos 40 minutos hasta que esté la masa  dorada y las manzanas tiernas.
Dejar enfriar y con cuidado retirar el papel mantequilla.

57 comments:

  1. Delicioso, perfecto para una tarde otoñal, y el perfume cuando lo horneas!!!
    Besos
    Feliz Pascua

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  2. Oh, this looks fabulous, Gloria! I love all apple desserts (in fact, I was sauteing apples to have along with our pork chops tonight and I nearly ate them all!). What a lovely galette~I want a slice :)

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  3. I love this type of small sweet treat, I do not often enough! Thank you for this wonderful sharing! Caro xxx

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  4. Me encantan estas tartas Gloria, te quedo preciosa, de solo imaginarme el olor que hab´â en tu cocina me da una envidia.

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  5. oh wow! That looks absolutely delicious! And I am sure I could make it. Thanks for sharing my friend!

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  6. oh yummy, this looks absolutely delicious!

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  7. I see how the use of orange contrasts it with a traditional American apple pie. Very interested in trying this out.

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  8. Thanks for the comment Gloria :) Your blog looks wonderful, lots of yummy recipes! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Gloria thank you for checking in with me so often and for your kind encouragement.

    I hope you have a nice visit with your folks. I hope your mom feels better.

    Thanks again . Love, Lura

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  10. Es lo más rico que vi en mi vida!

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  11. Such a pretty dessert and so much easier than making a pie.

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  12. Your galette looks so wonderful. I could go for a nice big slice for breakfast tomorrow morning!

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  13. I've never tried to make a galette before now either, think I may need to fix that seeing as how delish this looks. Yum!

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  14. Lovely Gloria. Just love apples and pastry x

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  15. Esto tiene que estar muy rico, se ve muy bueno.

    Saludos y felices fiestas.

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  16. Beautiful, my kind of pie :-)

    ciao and Happy Easter!!!

    Alessandra

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  17. So scrummy! I'll have a slice with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, please.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  18. Se ve exquisita amiga y la forma que le diste me encantó.
    Besos

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  19. Che buona dev'essere!! Un abbraccio e tantissimi auguri di Buona Pasqua!

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  20. Ciao Gloria! Sounds so good! Happy Easter

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  21. What a perfect tart; I have been wanting to make this for a long time, but was afraid. You instpired today with this post. Thank you.\
    Rita

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  22. I have always wanted to try at making Apple Gallette, but never did! Yours look wonderful, lovely as a satisfying breakfast or tea-time treat! Thank you for sharing. Happy Easter!

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  23. Gracias Annie, besos, gloria

    Thanks Lizzy I love all apple deserts too, are yummy and nice, gloria

    Thanks Caroline, I love too, gloria

    Gracias Pilar de veras que el olor es rico, el olor a membrillos y manzanas cocinandose para mi es :HOME, un abrazo gloria


    Thanks Alicia hope you have a nice Easter, gloria

    Thanks Teresa, x gloria

    Is nice Aaron and the recipe is easy and yummy,huggs, gloria

    Thanks a lot Pam, gloria

    Thanks dear I love your blog! gloria

    Thanks Lura, dear you are my lovely friend!!! Is a pleasure go to see you, hugga and have a nice day, gloria


    Gracias, x gloria

    I love this recipe! Lisa gloria

    Thanks dear, gloria

    Thanks Chele, really is easy I think! gloria

    Thanks Brenda, I love apples desserts, gloria

    Gracias José Manuel, Buena Pascua para tí, gloria

    Grazie Alessandra, gloria

    Thanks Rosa,with vainilla Ice Cream is lovely, xx gloria

    Gracias Kako, un abraz amiga, gloria

    Grazie Marifra, huggs. gloria

    Grazie Manu, have a nice Easter, gloria

    Rita, make this is easy and yummny have a nice easter, gloria

    Kitchen flavours I wanna make a lot of time, finnaly I made and I love it! x gloria

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  24. Your rustic apple tart is perfect for the season Gloria!!!!

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  25. I love galettes. They are so delicious and simple to make.

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  26. Me siento honrado de poder celebrar maravillosa llegada de la primavera con usted.
    Gracias por la calidez de su corazón.

    Tener un buen fin de semana ...

    Desde Japón, ruma

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  27. che bontà!!!
    Bravissima, bacioni

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  28. Que tarte maravilhosa, parabéns111
    Feliz Páscoa!
    Beijinhos

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  29. galette or crostata as long as its rustic its for me! Your apple galette looks so delicious, I just wish I could taste it!

    Have a happy Easter my friend!
    Dennis

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  30. Thanks dear Vall I love Rustic Tarts! huggs gloria

    Yes Christine for this I love galletes, x gloria

    Ruma thanks so much you are nice I love spring and autum, hope this Spring will be better for japanese people, thanks dear, gloria

    Thanks a lot Puffin, gloria

    Gracias Fátima , uan hermosa pascua de resurrección para tí tambien, gloria

    Thanks Dennis I really love this type of tart, thanks for stopping by, Happy Easter, gloria

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  31. I love galettes and there's nothing better than an apple filling! This one is a great recipe Gloria!

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  32. Rustica y linda, me gustó un montón.
    Me servirá de inspiración... ando vitrineando postres "caseros" 3B y simples de hacer,
    Cariños.

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  33. Que apetecible! seguro que está deliciosa. Besos

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  34. This galette looks so delicious! I love how you get that apple pie flavor but without all the work!

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  35. Cette tarte rustique est des plus délicieuses. J'aime beaucoup les tartes aux pommes.
    Je note ta version.
    A très bientôt.

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  36. This is so beautiful, Gloria! Rustic gallettes and tarts are just the ultimate in beauty, I think. I would love a slice =)

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  37. I like anything that has to do with apples. Your recipe sounds and looks great! :-)

    God bless you

    ~Ron
    *******

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  38. Hola, mi querida Gloria, y feliz en tu día!!!!!!!! ¿Qué tal estás en tu sábado de Gloria? Te puedo felicitar en día festivo porque estoy estrenando mi tablet, que siempre escribía de prestado en el trabajo. Aquí, en Barcelona, también estamos celebrando Sant Jordi, el día del libro y de la rosa, y todo el mundo va con eso por la calle, dado que se compra en puestos callejeros, sobre todo. Cuando era pequeña, mis amigas se pensaban que como era el día de esa flor, me tenían que felicitar, je je...
    Me encanta este postre, mis adoradas manzanas! Me lo apunto. Qué gracia esa pregunta que te hizo tu hijo sobre si se te iban a acabar las recetas!
    Que estén todos superbien,guapaaaa!

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  39. Gloria, this looks delicious! I will save your recipe when fresh apples arrive at the farmers' market at the end of summer.

    I love the bunnies on your sidebar!

    Happy Easter to you!

    ~Susan

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  40. mmmmmmmmmmm..buonissimo!tanti auguri di Buona Pasqua a te e a tutta la tua famiglia!!

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  41. Gloria, love this rustic apple galette, it looks so yummy!

    Maria
    x

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  42. I just started a blog hop and I'd love for you to come and link up one of your great recipes!!

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  43. Gloria this is a beautiful rustic tart! I have always wanted to make one too. I only tried a tiny one. I should try this one!

    I tagged you to join us for 5 recipes to celebrate Easter. It should be fun! Happy Easter!

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  44. If I make this, do I have to share??? heeheehee

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  45. Thanks by your lovely comments send you huggs and blessings Happy Easter to you all, gloria


    Gracias mi Rosita, que tengas una hermosa Pascua de Resurrección cariñosos saludos desde Chile, gloria

    Gracias Anabella, y Rosana, cariñosos saludos para las dos, gloria

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  46. hi gloria, mmm, sounds delicious and how nice you can grow your own apple trees!

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  47. Querida Gloria! Felices pascuas y domingo de resurrección. Que buena receta, se me antoja con una infusión de manzanilla con anís. Gracias por venir al blog, hacia mucho que no ponía una entrenada. Te mandaré un mail. ¿Qué tal está nuestra esperanza, y el resto de la familia?

    ¡Un beso hadita!

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  48. GLORIA ..todo lo que lleva manzana me gusta mucho y este pastel lo apunto ...preciosas fotos ...feliz PASCUA MARIMI

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  49. Yum yum! It is a bonus when you grow your own apple trees. This apple dessert looks delicious!! Well done, Gloria! :)

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  50. I desperately wanted to make an apple pie, but there was no one here to eat it!

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  51. Gloria, this really sounds delicious. I'd love to have a slice. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  52. This looks outstanding Gloria, and Congrats for growing your own apples.

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  53. beautiful galette - i love this sort of dessert

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  54. Thanks for linking this up to Sweets for a Saturday.

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  55. I make an apple galette that is my husband’s favorite dessert. But I think it might be somewhat mis-titled since most galette recipes I see are like yours, not the one I make. The main difference is the free form part and the crust recipe. Mine is a pate sucre which I think is a bit sweeter than your recipe. And since I am a clutz when it comes to making food look good I should skip my tart pan and go for this free form.

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