Carrot Cauliflower Crusty

Published June 3, 2012 by Ninik Becker

Today I use the other crust dough that I made yesterday for simple galette, also for one ! With other fillings. Still meatless, I like fresh vegetables to fill in. This Carrot Cauliflower Crusty really crunchy, I choose young carrots cauliflower directly put over the crust dough, without cook them first.

The ingredient for crust dough is the same like in the Potato Onion Galette for one. I also made this crust for Beef Ball Galette and Apple Galette Easy in my earlier posts, only slightly different with the sweet one, just add a little sugar.

The Filling :

  • 2 young carrots, peel, slice rounds
  • handful of cauliflower, cut into small florets
  • 1 tbsp mustard sauce
  • 2 tbsp curry sauce
  • 1 egg for egg wash ( this time I remember )

Method :

  • lay crust dough on the parchment paper on baking pan
  • spread with mustard sauce and  curry sauce on the surface
  • spread carrots and cauliflower on top
  • shape into open parcel by pinching the edge to seal, brush with egg wash
  • bake in preheated oven at 200 C until the crust turn golden, time is depending of the character of your oven.

Ready to bake

Ready to eat, I sprinkle with cayenne pepper

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