Everyday Dorie: Caramelized Onion Galette with Parm Cream

October 22, 2021 at 10:37 am | Posted in cook the book fridays, everyday dorie, groups, other savory, savory things, veggies | 5 Comments
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caramelized onion galette with parm cream

I’m always up for a tasty savory bake, and this Caramelized Onion Galette with Parm Cream fits the bill. Galettes are effortlessly beautiful…they’re so easy to make, and the dough seems to tell you how it wants to be folded. This galette has a topping of sticky, slow caramelized onions with a hidden layer of mascarpone and Parmesan cream. With the buttery galette dough, it’s quite rich and luxurious, and lovely with a side salad and glass of wine. Note that the onions do continue to cook and darken in the oven, I don’t think mine went too overboard, but group members suggested taking them shy of full caramelization on the stovetop before assembling the galette.

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see how the group liked this one.


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  1. It’s interesting to see how we take the onions to different stages of caramelization. The dark mahogany color of your galette looks good. Now I know I can go darker.

  2. Haha…you are so right about the dough telling you where it wants to fold! Glad this was a hit for you as well!

  3. Sounds delicious!

  4. Looks fabulous Steph! Love galettes and this was no exception!

  5. This was loved by all and I am no exception. I did take my onions on the light side and that seemed to work well. We also had this with wine and that was a nice combo.

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