Time for round 2 of Battle of the Apple Tarts!
If for round 1 I went for light and pretty, this round I am definitely going free-form and country with a Rustic Apple Galette. This recipe is super easy to follow and big enough for 4 (or 2 in my house). What makes it so unique is that I cook this galette in a cast iron skillet. It gives the crust a nice golden crunch and makes for quite the presentation. So let’s get to it!
Start by preheating your oven to 400 degrees F. Peel, core and slice up 2 large apples. Mix with 2 teaspoons of flour and 2 teaspoons of sugar. I skipped cinnamon to get pure apple flavor but feel free to add some at this stage if you wish.
Roll out your puff pastry into a large square onto parchment paper. Don’t worry about edges not being perfect. We’re going for rustic here =)