Saturday, July 1, 2017

Plum Lavender Galette Recipe

Take a trip to Provence! Make a Plum Lavender Galette!

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Plums and lavender are in abundance and together they make a heavenly galette! This is a very lovely Summer recipe, absolutely divine by itself, though lovelier with a shot of espresso, a glass of pinot noir or both.
Galette Dough Ingredients:  
      1.  1 1/2 cup spelt pastry flour (or 1 cup flour & 1/2 cup almond meal)
      2.  1/2 Tsp. organic culinary lavender flower dried or fresh
      3.  2 Tbsp. sugar
      4.  1 Tsp. Meyer lemon or lemon rind
      5.  5 Tbsps. cold sweet butter cut into 1/2-inch pieces (vegan or dairy butter)
      6.  1/4 cup cold water 

Galette Dough Instructions:  Place spelt pastry flour, lemon rind, lavender flowers and sugar in a food processor and pulse 3 times.  Add in the cold sweet butter and pulse a few more times until it forms a coarse texture.  Gradually, add in the cold water and pulse lightly until moistened. Place dough on a flat board and knead 2 or 3 times. Flatten the dough into a disk, wrap in plastic and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Pic 1.
Galette Ingredients:
     1.  2 Tbsp. sugar
     2.  1 Tsp. fresh or dried organic lavender flowers 
     3.  7 large firm plums (I used pluot plums) , sliced into 1/4-inch wedges or use mandolin
     4.  1 Tbsp. Meyer lemon rind
Galette Instructions:
     1.   Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 
     2.  Take out the dough from fridge and transfer it onto a baking sheet.
     4.  Arrange plums on the dough (pic 2).
     5.  Fold the 1.5-inch border of the dough over the plums and pleating together (pic 3).
     6.  Sprinkle the galette with sugar, lavender flowers, lemon rind and a few pieces of                  butter (pic 3).
     7.  Bake until the crust is nicely golden for about 35-40 minutes (pic 4).
     8.  Let the galette cool, garnish with the lavender petals and enjoy.

      Happy Baking! 
      Chef Ellie Lavender

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