Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Peach Galette with Fresh Peaches

A few weeks ago, when the peaches where at their peak of perfection, we decided to make a peach galette. Due to time constraints, I used a pre-made Pillsbury pie crust. The Pillsbury crust that can be found in the refrigerator section of most grocery stores is my choice for a pre-made pie crust. I found a recipe that I wanted to try and we weren't disappointed. Because the crust recipe looked like it would be really good, I am posting it here also, for future use.

We placed the pie crust on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper
We used four fresh peaches
Dear hubby peeled and sliced the peaches
We swirled fresh raspberry jam in the middle of the crust and then placed the peaches over the jam and pulled the sides up around the peaches
We mixed the custard filling ingredients in a bowl and poured it over the peaches after it had baked for 25 minutes
Total time in the oven was about 43 minutes
A galette doesn't need to be perfect, it should look rustic
Ready to eat
You can make this using any type of fruit, fresh or frozen. I also sprinkled a spoonful of "sugar in the raw" over it for a more rustic look before putting it in the oven. It was very easy, especially using pre-made pie crust. This was made in my sister Lori's beautiful kitchen.


Peach Galette with Fresh Peaches


Peach Galette, Fresh Peaches,


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