16 January 2014

Mixed berries galette





For the more suspicious I made that  recipe before chocolate mini  bundts. So I have to post it, and  happens I have been a difficult week so I could not cook much in any case is a really delicious galette especially the dough!

Source: tartelette




 
 
 
 Ingredients
 
For the crust
1 1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup sugar
110 grams cold butter
1/4  cup milk beaten with 1 egg yolk

For the filling:
1 cup each raspberries,  strawberries or blueberries
(frozen or fresh)
juice and zest of one lemon
1 tablespoon cornstarch or arrowroot
1/2 cup of sugar


 the crust:

In the bowl of a food processor, (or follow the same instructions if doing by hand), pulse together the flour, salt and sugar until incorporated. Add the butter and pulse until the butter resembles small peas and is evenly incorporated.
Gradually, stream in the milk and egg yolk mixture until the flour just comes together. Turn the mixture out onto your work surface and form into a ,round disk. Wrap with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 30 minutes (or overnight) before rolling out.

Preheat the oven to 180°c ( 350F )and position a rack in the center.

 filling:

In a large sauce pot, combine all the berries with the lemon zest and juice, cornstarch (or arrowroot) and sugar. Fold gently until everything is incorporated. cook by 5 minutes until is thick.
Let stand while you roll the crust.

On a  surface area, well floured, roll out the pastry dough to  and cut out  circle.
Transfer right away to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Mound the fruit filling on the circle and  leave a 2-inch border of pastry all around.
Gather the edges of the pastry dough, pleating as you go with your fingertips (don't worry about being even - these are free form.
Bake for about 40 to 50 minutes or until the galette is golden brown









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En español
Galette con frutos rojos








Esta tarta con frutos rojos (puede ser con moras y frutillas, o arándanos y frambuesas) congeladas o frescas.

El otro día compré frambuesas pero es tanto el calor que tuve que llegar directo con ellas al congelador.
Son delicados los berries sobre todo con el calor lo que más dura son las frutillas, aún así cuando Gerardo me las trae a veces, tengo que hacer la mermelada en la noche, de inmediato.
Esta galette lo que me encantó es la masa.

Ingredientes
(para la masa)

1 1/2 taza de harina sin polvos de hornear
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1/4 taza de azúcar
110 gramos de mantequilla bien fría.
1/4 taza de leche con una yema batida

Relleno
1 taza de frambuesas, más una taza de frutillas y una
taza de arándanos o moras.
(Frescas o congeladas)
el jugo de 1 limón
1 cucharada de maicena
1/2 taza de azúcar

Preparación

En un bowl o procesador mezclar la haría, sal y azúcar y unir bien.Unir la mantequilla a mano o en la procesadora  hasta que tenga la forma de migajas de pan.
Agregar la mezcla de yema de huevo y leche y unir bien hasta formar una masa suave.
Darle una forma redonda y envolver   en film plástico por lo menos 1/2 hora o se puede dejar durante la noche en el refrigerador.

Cuando se ve a preparar encender el horno a 180°c.

relleno

En un olla  mezclar los berries con la ralladura de limón, el jugo y el azúcar.
Agregar la maicena.
revolver bien y calentar por unos 5 minutos hasta que tenga una consistencia espesa.
Dejar reposar mientras se prepara la masa
En una superficie enharinada estirar la masa con el rodillo (si es necesario agregar un poco más de harina)dándole una forma redonda, no importa si no es perfecta.
(de eso se trata la galette)
Preparar una bandeja de horno con papel mantequilla.
Sobre esta poner la masa.
Rellenar con la salsa de berries y dejar unos centímetros alrededor para doblar la masa.
Doblar las orillas hacia dentro y llevar a horno por unos
40 minutos o hasta que la tarta se vea la masa dorada.
Dejar enfriar antes de servir.
Se puede servir con un poco de helado de vainilla.


 

104 comments:

  1. What a beautiful galette! I can't ever get enough of berries...so this one is perfect for me. Sorry about your week..Hopefully, the following one was better :) ela

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    1. Thanks dear Ela, was a terrible week with my kids.
      Hope the next will be better!
      I love galettes too:)

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  2. Your tart looks beautiful Gloria. Sorry that you have had a bad week, I hope that things are improving. Sending ((((hugs)))) to you! xx

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  3. Thanks dear AMy. I hope will be best too:)

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  4. me me me...gosh that looks gorgeous and tasty....
    oh i want one now gloria....smiles.

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    1. maybe in the future dear Brian I can send you some for mail lol

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  5. Yummy, Berries galore ~ I will have to try this Gloria, thanks ~

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  6. This looks so inviting with all the berries, Gloria.

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  7. As I didn't find any banner of your blog, I made one by myself!
    Follow this link and you'll find it! :)

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    1. I have to make one, Im happy you make a banner I will see:)

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  8. I forgot the link... :)
    http://lericettedellakety.blogspot.it/p/banner-amici.html

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  9. So beautifully made tarts Gloria.......Now I can get berries n will surely try this........
    My new post:
    http://remyasbaking.blogspot.com/2014/01/chocolate-featherbed-cake-for-my-love.html

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  10. jajaja... pero qué bueno ha sido lo del plato vacio... jajaja



    Azmara

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  11. Gloria, Very nice looking galette... I would have to put some whipped cream on top just because whipped cream kicks most desserts up another notch! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  12. Yummy, Berries! We love berries, Gloria!!! Your galette looks delicious!!! Hope your week gets better and thanks for sharing...

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    1. Thanks so much Louise! I love galette!

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  13. Oh that looks delish Gloria..

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  14. MMMMMM!!! Que gallette mas rica. No es que me importe traducir la receta , pero dice al final receta en español y dónde está???? yo le paso el ratón por todas partes por si está aparte ,pero nada. Gracias de antemano y besiños

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    1. Of course you are teasing!
      And maybe is true.is a berry.blog right?

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  16. I know you enjoy berries
    byt Im not sure about cherries lol

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  17. Love that plate:)

    Gloria..my son-in law just just made galettes and brought us one..Looked just like yours but strawberries only..so good..
    Oh this looks like a treat!

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    1. Thanks Monique! Is nice your son in law make galettes for you!
      Love this plate too! I bought in a really special place that bring ware from England:)

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  18. This is so beautiful, Gloria! One of my favorite posts of yours! Gorgeous and I'm sure delish!
    Here I am...the very last! ha. I worked an auction today!

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    1. Ah Betsy I know and think you were busy (this week was terrible for me) but I know you always come, dont worry!xxxx

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    2. Oh, I'm sorry you had a bad week! I hope next week is much, much better! xo

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    3. Thanks Betsy sometimes happens, yiu know:)

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  19. I would love this with a bowl of vanilla ice cream on top :)

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    1. mmm! Im absolutely agree! this type of galette is amazing with vanilla Ice cream!! :)

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  20. Gloria, I would love to have a great big piece of your galette. I looks delicious!!!!

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  21. Yess!!! A food blog! Following because that looks delicious!

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    1. Thanks I try to make all delicious :)

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  22. Adoro i frutti di bosco, una sola fetta non sarebbe abbastanza :) Un bacio, buon we

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    1. Me too Fede, and you? your panettone look amazing, I know is not Christmas but Im tempting to make a panettone:)
      un abbraccio!

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  23. Splendida ricetta Gloria, davvero molto golosa!!! Brava!!!
    Bacioni...

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  24. even though you had a difficult week,you make delicious sweet treats!
    Besos!

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    1. Thanks dear Lenia, really I believe in baking is good for our soul:)))
      xxxxx

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  25. This is divine! I imagine where you are there is always beautiful weather and sunshine. All your food looks "sunny" and so delicious! This gallette looks terribly inviting. Have a nice weekend XX

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    1. Thanks Alida, well we are in summer now, but in Winter only some day we have sun, some people tell the weather is like Italy and for this you love sun:)
      I know England is more cloudy and cold and now you are in Winter dear, but spring will come soon!

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  26. Me parece una tarta sencillamente deliciosa.

    Besitosss

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  27. Look at all those berries! Looks so good!

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  28. Que rico!!!! me encantan ese tipo de tartas rústicas. Cariños

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  29. Impresionante Gloria!, que delicia...Besos

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  30. Ciao Gloria che golose queste gallette!!

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  31. Yummy, sounds like delicious Sunday dessert

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  32. I have definitely been craving more fruit lately. this is lovely!

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    1. I have to eat some fruits all days Joanne:)

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  33. What a lovely galette, Gloria. I want a big scoop of vanilla on that!

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    1. Thanks Barbara, I think with vanilla would be wonderful!

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  34. che merenda irresistibile Gloria, adoro la frutta di bosco ! Buon fine settimana, un abbraccio !

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  35. Yes please, I'm raising my hand quite high. Can you see it? This looks fabulous Gloria, my kind of dessert, for sure!!

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  36. Galettes are so beautiful and rustic! How delicious yours looks. You will always be the Queen of Berries to me :)

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    1. You are sweet :))
      I love galettes for this, because are rustic and delicious!

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  37. Yesss! Found this blog again! dunno if you remember me but I just restarted my tech blog! Following!

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    1. Yes I remember you and Im following you:)

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  38. Gorgeous, Gloria! Now you have me wishing for summer...and berries!!! xo

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  39. Dear Gloria, I am sure this was a very delicious galette. I hope you have a nice Sunday. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  40. Gloria, te ha quedado increible! Yo tampoco dudaría ni un segundo en ...devorarla.

    Besos.

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  41. Elle est franchement irrésistible:) Bon dimanche Gloria!! xxx

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  42. Ooh - that fruit filling looks amazing!

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  43. There is nothing quite as beautiful as a whole lot of berries Gloria!

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  44. I loooovee to do stuff with frozen fruit! I've been perfecting a simple yogurt/frozen fruit smoothie for a few months now! Maybe I'll make a post about it :)

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  45. Wow, I could go for some of that now. Can you tell I have not had dinner yet?

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  46. Very tempting! I'm a big berry lover.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  47. Love the looks and recipe. So gorgeous.

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  48. This is surely mouth boggling. Looks so tempting and delicious. And those berries on the top makes it more attractive and beautiful. And when you said "I can send you this through mail(to someone)", I wish there was a technology to download food. haha ;)
    And give us a visit sometime, if you're looking for cakes in delhi
    Happy Baking. :)

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