I have been meaning to join Tuesdays with Dorie for a while now. The book the group is working on now is Baking with Julia, by Dorie Greenspan.
It happens to be one of my favorite books and I have sticky notes on every other page in the book. They are all recipes I have been meaning to try and just haven’t gotten around to baking quite yet.
I wasn’t sure if I would find the time to get this recipe together yesterday. To my surprise, the recipe for this Tuesday luckily was on of my favorites! It’s a wonderful galette dough made with cornmeal. You could also add sour cream to the dough if you are out of yogurt. The dough is amazing. It is soft and has a little crispiness to it form the cornmeal.It was poring rain (again)and my camera battery was about to die. I found a little break in the afternoon to make the dough and I should’ve let it chill a little longer. I’m being too picky because none of my baking testers here were opposed to it’s results. In fact, it disappeared really fast.
I make this galette pretty often with apples and whatever fruits I have on hand that are ripe. I also love to make it for dinner sometimes as a savory galette.I had some perfectly ripe strawberries and some frozen blueberries. I decided to make 6 mini galettes so everyone could have there own pretty little portion; almost like mini pies.
This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie, Baking with Julia was hosted by Lisa of Tomato Thymes in the Kitchen and Andrea of The Kitchen Lioness. Tuesdays with Dorie participants do not publish the recipes on our blogs unless you are the hostess for the week. We encourage you to buy the book, Baking with Julia, for yourselves which you can do here on Amazon. There is FREE worldwide shipping when you buy from The Book Depository. Join us baking at Tuesdays with Dorie!