Rhonda and ArtistryFarm – My agent sent the book proposal out to publishers a couple of weeks ago. This was the second of your recipes I’ve followed (the 1st was a chocolate custard) both were simple to follow and resulted in great deserts. This has NEVER happened with any of your treasures – not even close! Can’t wait to try this blueberry recipe! Thanks again, Kevin. Laughing before thinking, that’s my goal. Love your website and all the great things you share with us. I’m so happy to have a working kitchen, again! Oh Kevin, you certainly it the right note this time, well you always do! To start, make a batch of Perfect Sweet Tart Dough. (I only hope you have more willpower than me! Hi Shirley – Fresh blueberries will work best for this galette. The hit of the party! Can you tell me please did you bake using the fan heat in the oven,. I have gained so much confidence in my own cooking becuase of your recipes and guidance that I literally have people on facebook ASKING ME to cook for them. It’s out of the oven and cooling now. Superbe! I’ve made your tart crust several times, and it is THE BOMB! “Fresh” is the perfect one word description- the sweet ripe juicy blueberries, the tart bright burst of lemon, held lovingly by the tender buttery crust shimmering with it’s generous sprinkling of big crunchy sugar crystals. Hi, Kevin! for sure I would buy your cook book…….:). We need all these recipes in one beautiful book! Not only are blueberries my favorite fruit (I add them to cake and brownies too) but they are a great choice because they are naturally high in pectin. Pop the galette into the fridge while you heat the oven to 425°F. You placed your tarte in the middle shelf of the oven. My mouth is watering just reading this recipe!! Tapioca granules will keep for months (or indefinitely?) Please keep the receipes coming. Add the beaten egg, and process until the dough begins to mass on the blade -- 5-10 seconds. Hi Brenda J – Thanks so much for taste-testing this recipe! I am making it with blackberries this time and there seems to be a lot more juice generated than with the blueberries. If you are using very ripe or juicy fruit, you can help prevent a soggy crust by dusting the galette dough with flour, cornmeal, or breadcrumbs before adding the filling. Flaky French pastry dough. Print Pin Rate. I can’t get the video to load..hopefully later. I LOVE blueberries and will make this for guests this weekend. Also, LOVED the “live audience” and kudos on the fancy kitchen renovation, it makes me want to redo mine. Now taste a blueberry. Add the cornstarch, and whisk to combine. So, cookbook people, let’s get with it. Seeing these pictures sets my mouth to waterin’! OR a Peach /Blueberry combo. https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/blueberry_galette_with_46523 Your email address will not be published. Sweet, juicy blueberries. Flaky French pastry dough. <>?!?! A great time for this recipe! Required fields are marked *. Hope you or someone can answer this for me because I am anxious to try this recipe. And here, as promised, is the printable recipe: Sweet, juicy blueberries. Blueberry galette may be made up to 1 day in advance! New Staircase Carpet: A Decorative Boo-Boo? I never thought of that and hate the soggy crust that comes with fresh fruit tarts. Also served it for book club on Tuesday, and lunch for neighbor/friends on Friday – sent the leftovers home with them so I don’t have to cringe when stepping on the scale! Perfect for springtime!!! They are so inviting. Need (yet) another great blueberry dessert? Rolling out the dough -- On a lightly-floured surface, roll the dough into a 13-inch-diameter circle. I Love your method of bringing FUN into the kitchen! Mound the berry mixture in the center of the dough, and then spread it out to within 1 1/2 inches of the edge. This blueberry galette made with puff pastry is a super easy dessert that comes together in minutes. Thank you, Kevin! Bravo. Course: Dessert. Thank you for letting me plug my cookbook. I always have trouble making pie crust–the dough is either too moist or not moist enough. Stir gently with a spatula to coat. It’s to die for and not hard at all to make. I can only imagine the ecstasy I might have enjoyed if I could have followed the recipe exactly as written! If not, add 1 or 2 extra tablespoons of sugar. I love blueberries and this will be at the top of my list of things to bake – sounds like a winner dessert for July 4th! BY Kevin Lee Jacobs | July 22, 2018 30 Comments. Cook Time: 45 minutes. Zippy lemon zest. Help! You make recipes sound less daunting, and the step-by-step instructions you provide are so easy to follow. In the meantime I have questions: I have lots of blackberries in my yard…think they’ll work? This crust was perfect. My step-by-step recipe: A brief note: After I made the galette, I gave one small slice to my friend Brenda for taste-testing. I will definitely try this dessert and look forward to serving it to my family and friends. Pie Crust for Blueberry Galette. The smell is wonderful. Kevin, I made this yesterday and it was delicious! Can’t wait!! I’ve been drooling over your recipes for ages counting the days til I’m home and can get ingredients. No need to adjust the ingredients, although you might have to increase oven time by 5 minutes. We’ll see what happens…. Hi John – Glad the galette worked out for you! Making the dough ahead of time also makes it really easy to assemble the blueberry galettes in no time. Mound the berry mixture onto the round of pastry dough, and then spread it out, with a spatula, to within 1 1/2 inches of the edge. Your crusts are awesome and easy…thank you for their recipes. REALLY, THANK YOU. Sweet Tart Pastry Dough (click here for recipe) Yes please!! I can’t wait to try this one too. https://bereacollegecrafts.com/products/6505c, Blueberry Galette (Extra Buttery Crust!) Where did you get it? Scrumptious recipe, which I will be making again. Required fields are marked *. A French rolling pin is your friend here. Add the butter, and pulse the machine several times until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. I don’t have much use for it..does it freeze until there’s another use? Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Pie I bow down to you my Favorite recipe Guru! Thanks again!!! First on my list is bb pie with lime – juice and zest. Really enjoy your blog, Kevin! You have the BEST recipes!! I did not have any turbinado sugar for the edges, but I can tell you now that regular granulated sugar works just fine! Your email address will not be published. Love everything that you make. Hi Jerry – That’s music to my ears. I want a cookbook. Will pick up some blueberries and lemon this weekend. In France, “vanished” is pronounced “oink.”. Last week I prepared a recently published recipe from Martha Stewart that sounded just like something I was looking for. I had to transfer it to a rimmed baking sheet. I still love those little rhubarb bites so much and this one looks right up there with it. You have the best, easy, elegant recipes!! Hi Kevin, This blueberry tart sounds great, I will try the receipe this week. As all your recipes that I’ve tried, this is an absolute taste bud party!