I made a total mess of the fruit. Apparently, I bought Clingstone nectarines, which do not want to let go of their stone. Some did, some did not. The poor fruit didn’t know what hit it when I got my paws on it. It didn’t have a chance.
The fruit all dressed up in its ever so stylish dough. It looks quite pleased with itself, does it not?
A better view of the galette before its nice toasty sit by the fire.
After its all baked up, the galette took a nice rest on the cool counter.
And then we ate it sliver by sliver.
Wicked good choice this week by Michelle in Colorado Springs. I will be making this galette again. It will work with so many different fruits. I am anxious to give it a go with apples. The custard, which seemed to get the most disapproval on the TWD blog, was absolutely lovely. It added a nice creamy sweetness to the galette. I am glad I did not overfill the galette with fruit so that the custard had a place to snuggle in amongst the halved nectarines.
Check out the other 230+ Summer Fruit Galettes from the TWD Baker List.