Sure but how about this?
After last term when I ran two very successful online cooking clubs for my students each week from April – June then 7 weeks of cooking camp in the summer, adding some online public cooking classes too, school is back and so is club!
Of course, we still can’t gather in-person so we’re doing all clubs online this term – luckily for me I’ve had a lot of practice with this so it’s at least one thing I feel like I know how to do in my week (because the rest of school looks so very different!)! This week, with very short notice for some students, I wanted to choose a recipe with easy-to-find, seasonal ingredients. Enter Galettes “Crumble aux Pommes” (because I couldn’t choose between an apple galette and a crumble, I figured why not make both in one dish!)
This is super easy – we made it in around an hour – so tasty and a perfect dish for a chilly, sunny autumn day! It really feels like fall outside and this tastes (and makes your house smell) like fall!
For the pastry:
For the filling:
For the crumble:
Make the pastry:
the butter to the flour until is resembles breadcrumbs with some pieces the size of small peas (you can do this in a food processor as well).
it just starts to come together.
together. You can use a rubber spatula to start helping the dough come together, then your hands. The dough should be firm enough to form a ball - it might be a little crumbly but press the dough into a disk and wrap it tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 15 minutes minimum.
Make the crumble:
roll out the pastry.
making sure it’s evenly distributed. Brush the edges of the galettes with a little egg wash.
And yes, I’m missing the “little hands” photos too – thanks to one mum who sent the photo at the top of the post of her son working hard during club 🙂
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