French fig galette recipe

Preparation time 3h 40min
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If you want a dessert with almost no sugar, fig galette is the cake for you. This simple tart with shortcrust or puff pastry filled with fruit does not require a baking tin. Take note of the ingredients of this galette and let’s cook!

Ingredients

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For the shortcrust pastry
2cups
pastry flour
0.5cup
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0.25cup
water
0.25teaspoon
salt
For the filling
14oz.
fresh figs
1tablespoon
sugar
2talespoons
smooth fig preserve

Instructions

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1
First make the dough of the galette. To do so, mix the ingredients and knead to make a thick tart.
2
Place the dough between sheets of plastic film, rolling it out with a rolling pin. Wrap the plastic film and place on a tray, leaving to cool in the refrigerator for a few hours.
3
Wash the figs and set them aside. After two hours, remove the shortcrust pastry and leave it to warm for a few minutes before rolling it out. Place it on baking paper and roll it into a circle with a diameter of 11-12 inches.
4
Spread the preserve in the center of the dough.
5
Cut the figs into quarters and place them on top, leaving 1.5 to 2 inches around the edge to fold on top of the fruit.
6
Dust the figs with sugar. Fold the edge of the galette over the figs.
7
Put the fig galette with the baking paper on an oven tray and bake for 50-55 minutes at 370ºF, with heat from above and below, until the pastry is golden.
8
After this time, leave to cool. The galette is ready and perfect for serving with tea.

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