10 March 2014

Peach-raspberry galette...... and the sea


Hope you aren't bored with my beach shots:)

Some of you love them but don't worry I baked too!!



I love the sea, I born in a place we had the beach so close, and I learned to swim in the sea  and then in a lake!
These days were lovely because we had sunshine days (not always at the beach) and not crowed, well but Im here now but I wanna show you the last pictures of there!






Puerto de San Antonio







And now the recipe!

Peach-raspberry galette













Note :
This recipe has  some peaches and raspberries.
I use frozen raspberries, and some fresh peach but is
so good too with tin peaches.

The galette dough is delicious!!


Pastry Dough
 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
120 grams butter cold cut up
4 tablespoons (or more as needed ) ice water
 Peach raspberry filling
 3 tablespoons cornstarch
 3/4 cup sugar
 1 tablespoon sugar (to sprinkle)
 3 cups frozen raspberries
  4 peaches (fresh or in  tin)                                                                                                                               
    2 tablespoons butter cut into small pieces
   1 large egg white  lightly beaten

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c
In a médium bowl , mix flour and salt, cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle ice wáter,1 tablespoon at a time, into flour mixture, mixing with hands until dough holds together (it will feel dry at first)
Shape dough into a disk .Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate 30 minutes.
Line large cookie sheet with parchment paper. On floured surface, roll dough into round shape (edge may be uneven) Transfer dough round to lined cookie sheet.

 Filling
In a large bowl, combine cornstarch and 3/4 cup sugar.
add peaches (in slices) and raspberries.Gently toss to coat fruit.
Spoon filling onto center of dough round, leaving  2 1/2 inch border all around. Dot filling with butter.
Fold border of dough up over filling, pleating edges and leaving an opening in center.
Pinch dough to seal any cracks. Brush dough with egg whithe and sprinkle with remaining sugar.
Bake galette about 45 minutes or until is golden brown and filling  is gently bubbling.
As soon as galette is done , use long metal spatula to loosen it from parchment to prevent sticking.
Cool 15 minutes on cookie sheet, then slide galette onto rack
to cool completely.
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EN ESPAÑOL

Galette de frambuesas y duraznos








85 comments:

  1. Oh beautiful! The beach and the cake!

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    1. blue sky! Lovely! and that gelatte looks wonderful!

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    2. thanks dear Betsy!!
      I laundry a lot today so I finish right now the post lol

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  2. A very delicious summery galette! Love those beach clicks, Gloria.

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  3. I love the beach, beautiful photos, and yummy galette!

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  4. Who can be bored with beach shots? They are so calming and relaxing.

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  5. everything about the post looks really good!!!

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  6. Once you live by sea...it is hard to move anywhere else. The body of moving water is so energizing...Makes you want to bake beautiful galettes, etc. This one must be delicious, Gloria! :) ela

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    1. thanks Ela, Yes I miss the beach especially I love in Winter!

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  7. Lovely beach............and a nice composition of everything :)

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  8. Beautiful seaside and glorious galette!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  9. These pics are so beautiful!!
    Un beso

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  10. There is nothing better than the beach and galette dear Gloria. I only wish I was there with you :) Besos!

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    1. Thanks Az! and where is Grumpy blue??

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  11. Nice of you to show off where you are buried hahaha I want to go there, no more cold at my lair. Then I'll pluck a berry or two.

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    1. Silly!! In my land Im not bury!
      I know you dont like winter but Im sure soring is close!

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    2. Got snow today, spring is still far away

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    3. hope the spring arrive son Pat!

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  12. Oh how I love those peaceful and tranquil beach shots. Wow...

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    1. Im sure you would here Keith.We have a lot of beachs but the countryside is beautiful too!

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  13. I understand why galette is usually more expensive than other cake in restaurant now,
    such a worthed effort my friend!

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  14. Yes is true but the restaurant always are expensive in desserts!

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  15. I love peaches and raspberries together! And beaches. Lovely seaside photos!

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  16. I never try peach and rapsberry together but it seems to be very good !
    Lovely Beach !

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    1. thanks dear, were lovely and peaceful days!

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  17. I live less than 10 minutes walk form the beach and i so wish we had such good weather like you have there than the cold weather .

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    1. Thanks Finla, I love beach in cold weather especially in autumn but not always I can go :)

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    1. Thanks Silver!
      And my galette?? Im kidding you!

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  19. Beautiful sea, beach and yummy looking galette!

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  20. I love your photos! I am actually really interested in where you live. A beautiful place in the world. Post more when you take them :-)
    And the galette is good!! Fresh and tasty! Ciao cara X

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    1. Thanks Alida yes is a lovely place with so good weather and hot and dry.in summer and colin winter and we have amaxing wines.
      Someones say look a little like some places of Italy.
      Maybe by the vineyards ok I will try to take. More pictures
      sometimes I forget the camera! Lol

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  21. what a lovely galette Gloria, I love raspberry !

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  22. I could never ever tire of the sea..:)

    And your raspberry galette looks scrumptious.

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    1. Thanks Monique, I feel the same about the sea!:)

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  23. Your beach photos are so beautiful Gloria, who could tire of looking at a view like that!! It is so lovely. As of course! is your gallette!! Hope that you enjoyed your time away and are happy to be back home. xx

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    1. Thanks so much Amy yes Im in my home sweet home!!

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  24. Dear Gloria, I am not bored with the beach shots! They are beautiful. The water is so crystal and green.
    Thank you for sharing.
    The berry gallette looks marvelous too. blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  25. seriously...how could i get tired of beach pictures...they just make me jealous...smiles....
    and mmm....the galette....very nice....

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  26. Thanks dear Brian,Im glad you are not bored with my shots lol

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  27. Gloria, The galette looks great but I really like the scenery shots. Chile...especially southern Chile...has always been an area of interest to me. Even though Puerto San Antonio looks like a large port and it's relatively close to Valparaiso and Santiago, it looks very nice. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes (ah you saw the map:) lol) yes San Antonio is the second port after Valparaíso (the more large) but is really big too. And is a fun place to see old books (yes), buy fish and seafood, and you can eat delicious.
      I knew you will love the beach shots! take care David!

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  28. I love your pictures of the beach! I wish I was there with you, I don't get to the beach very often and I love it. Your galette looks yummy! I love the raspberry and peach combination.

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  29. La galette deliciosa, pero mas me gustaron esas fotos de la costa chilena. Cariños.

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  30. that wonderful scenery, and that sweet sweet tooth, excuse my English but use a translator
    Ely

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  31. I was the opposite...I learned to swim in a lake and now live by the ocean! Lovely photos, Gloria.
    And a delicious galette with spring in our minds!

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  32. Son máximas las frambuesas en postres... su acidez y color son increíbles... y que rica es la playa, el olor a mar, las gaviotas... Un besito Gloria!

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  33. ¿Sigues en la playita? ¡¡¡Que suerte!!!
    Esta gallette está de cine. Yo admiro esa capacidad tuya de cocinar tanto y tan rico. Yo por más que lo intento, no puedo. Me faltan horas y nunca alcanzo a hacer todo lo que quiero.
    De hecho ahora subí un post, pero me quedé sin ir a Yoga :(
    Quizá cuando Alba crezca un poquito...
    Un abrazo y que estés bien.

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    1. Ah Nathy la Alba es muy pequeña y muy demandante cuando los niños eran chicos cocinaba super poco ahora es distinto.cada una tiene su ritmo yo no podria hacer mas de dos a la semana y en realidad es cuando puedo.Mis papas estan en esa edad que hay que cuidarlos.
      Haz tus posts cuando puedas tiene que ser un placer.
      Muchos besos

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  34. I'm so jealous, Gloria!! I wish I were at the beach soaking up the sun. But, no, it's to darn cold out for that!! Glad you enjoyed your vacay!! xoxoxo

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  35. Que preciosas fotos Gloria! que ganas de que llegue el verano...Me encanta la galette, me apunto la receta, la masa que tiene que estar deliciosa. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana luego les llegara la primavera!
      Besos

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  36. I never grow tired of seeing the beach Gloria. I too grew up by the ocean and I miss is so much living here in Pennsylvania. Gorgeous pictures! Thank you for sharing them. I'm so glad you had a beachy vacation:)

    Of course your dessert looks delicious. Raspberries and peaches always remind me of Peach Melba. I love that you have encased it in a yummy galette. Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Yes Louise was so relax, many times I dont go to the beach and I missed it:)

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  37. Awesome pictures Gloria, although we live near the beach, still very soothing when I see pictures of it...
    The galette sounds and looks delicious...like the peach and raspberry combo...I just need a scoop of vanilla ice cream on it...
    Hope you are having a wonderful week my dear :D

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    1. Thanks Juliana always beach pics are beautiful, I love especially in autumn!!!
      xxxx

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  38. Pero como te quedan las Cosas de ricas, tiene una pinta feroz.
    Estas de vacaciones Amiga?, disfruta mucho de la playa.
    Besos.

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    1. Gracias Kako:)
      Volvimos y ya estamos aquí pero aunque fueron pocos días fue relajante, leí de todo libros y revistas y por supuesto revistas de cocina, besos

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  39. I would never get tired of beach shots! You must be having a wonderful and delicious time. Your galette looks beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Susan, yes was a nice weather there!
      xx

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  40. Love your beautiful beach photos! And I really love that Galette…gorgeous!

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  41. What a beautiful beach! You are so lucky.

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  42. love the beach pics and what a tart I want mine with custard please

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    1. With custard sounds amazing Rebecca:))

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  43. Beautiful photos of the beach, and I love the combination of the peach and raspberry galette...oh, so scrumptious and delicious! xo

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  44. Love both the galette and the seaside photos!

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  45. I made peach and raspberry jam last summer. I am sure the combination would be great in a galette too. Your beach shots look so warm. Alas we may get more snow tonight!

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  46. I love that beach! Your pictures always make me hungry, Gloria Dear!

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  47. peach and raspberries, what a lovely combination it is, Gloria Dear!

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