Those of you who follow me on Instagram or Twitter will know I love a good galette 😉 But did you know that just a little over a year ago, pastry intimidated me? Even though I bake macarons quite often and teach others how, other seemingly easier baking projects, like pastry, eluded me. Until last year when I watched Kate Hill in The Kitchen at Camont make an apricot tart from scratch, like it was no big deal. Because, well, it was not a big deal at all. It’s as easy as ABC (“simple comme bonjour” en français).
I had the great fortune to visit Kate over the summer in her kitchen at Camont and we took the opportunity to make a real time video of Kate making a pastry crust for a galette. In the video below, I’ve only sped up a few sections but the entire crust making process takes less than 10 minutes. It’s THAT simple!
Want to learn how to go from scratch to this…
Well head on over to my recipe on The Real Women of Philadelphia site – and you too can be making pastry on a week night and not just for special occasions!
Disclosure: I have received compensation for developing a series of posts for the Real Women of Philadelphia website in 2013.
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