The Gooseberry Galette from May issue

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The Gooseberry Galette from May issue

Postby Stephen » Sat Apr 20, 2019 7:35 pm

Gets top marks from me. Yum, yum.
Using a fan oven (fairly new to me), 22 minutes was a bit long, the gooseberries were a little charred. Obviously, as it isn't August, they were from frozen which might affect it.
Next time, I'll turn the temp down by 10 degrees (probably).

Otherwise brilliant. (We need a thumbs up emoji :D )

P.S. I cooked it in a flan tin, not loose on a tray.
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Re: The Gooseberry Galette from May issue

Postby Stephen » Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:29 pm

I have cooked this twice since then and it is still good (I have now run out of red gooseberries). My only revision might be to reduce the butter content a little.
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Re: The Gooseberry Galette from May issue

Postby Westi » Thu Jun 27, 2019 7:46 pm

I somehow killed my gooseberry I had on the next door plot I took on. I bought & planted a red one this year in a spot at the back. Not gonna be trying the recipe this year but the plant is healthy & happy as has wee flowers so fingers crossed for years to come!
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