Gluten free grape and goat cheese galette
Friendsssssssssss I’ve totally found my love of the galette because it’s THE ONE AND ONLY pastry that you don’t have to be ridiculously perfect with creating – WIN!!!!!!!! It’s a simple recipe for the pastry but lemme’ just tell you now – the GRAPE AND GOAT CHEESE filling is ridiculously, deliciously good. Love, love, loving the scrumptious @aussiegrapes in season right now, so yummy as a snack and in my yummy galette. Trust me when I say you need this recipe in your life!
Gluten free : Vegetarian
400g Australian Seedless Grapes, cut in halves
80g goat cheese (chevre)
1 1/2 teaspoons finely chopped rosemary
120g buckwheat flour
40g arrowroot flour
125g cold butter, cut into cubes
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
2-3 tablespoons cold water
In a food processor combine buckwheat and arrowroot flour and blitz quickly to combine. Add cold butter, apple cider vinegar and blitz again to form a fine crumb.
Pour 2 tablespoons cold water into the food processor and blitz ingredients until it forms a smooth but elastic dough.
Form into a ball, pop in a bowl, cover and place in fridge for 30 minutes.
Heat oven to 180C.
Take dough out of fridge, place one large piece of baking paper on bench top, dust with some buckwheat flour, place dough on top, followed by another dust of buckwheat flour. Place a second sheet of baking paper over the top and roll out to approximately 1cm in thickness.
The pastry doesn’t need to be a perfect round at all, that’s the beauty of a galette.
Using the baking paper, transfer the pastry to a large baking tray then remove top layer of baking paper.
Allow approximately 3cm edge around the pastry to fold in, then arrange grapes over the base, followed by dollops of goat cheese and a sprinkle of rosemary to finish.
Fold the edges of the pastry around the grapes and goat cheese, press pastry down firmly onto the fruit, then cook in oven for 35 minutes, or until pastry is lovely and golden.
Cool slightly then slice and serve.
+This is a partnered post with Australian Grapes.