Subsequent up? I nominate the common-or-garden galette.
Galettes are mainly free-form pies, candy or savory as you please. No fussy lattices, no anxiousness as you gently nudge dough right into a dish. Simply slap the dough on a baking sheet, pile in your fillings, pull the sides over and voila! You’ve got a country pie with a lot much less effort.
[Think pies are too fussy? A rustic galette is just as impressive — and much easier.]
One other bonus: Galettes normally bake extra rapidly than pies, which means much less time operating that sizzling oven.
You may fill a galette with nearly any taste mixture. Begin with a easy, adaptable dough, then try these variations from our Recipe Finder to stay your galette desires.
(Picture by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Submit; meals styling by Lisa Cherkasky for The Washington Submit)