Recipe Box, Apple Pear and Walnut Gorgonzola Galette

Not everything I cook turns out, anyone who cooks, knows that recipes can fail or disappoint

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Those are the ones I don’t talk about or post

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because I want you to TRUST me

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I only post recipes that I have made for my family and friends that were really enjoyed

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The mediocre ones don’t get mentioned

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Time is too precious to waste cooking bad food

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So if you see a recipe here that looks extra yummy

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Please know that I don’t have the photography skills to fake it, no culinary tricks or staging

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What you see is what we ate

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And if I RAVE about a particular recipe~

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Like this Apple Pear and Walnut Gorgonzola Galette~

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THAT means that this recipe is insanely good and one you definitely want to try!

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See what I mean?  It is overflowing with goodies and flavor!

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This is life changing!  Oh, and it will make you a rock star!

Here’s the recipe:

APPLE PEAR and WALNUT GORGONZOLA GALETTE  for a printable version click here

1 refrigerated pie crust dough circle

1 apple

1 ripe pear

1 large vidalia or sweet onion

1-2 oz walnuts, chopped

2-3 oz crumbled Gorgonzola cheese, or bleu cheese

2 T butter, divided

1 T olive oil

1 egg

Peel and cut onion into 1/4″ slices.  Place in skillet with 1 T butter and olive oil and cook over medium low until caramelized, stirring occasionally, about 25 minutes.  Place pie crust circle on a silpat or piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet.  Distribute onions evenly on crust leaving a 2 inch border around the edge.  Wash fruit and cut into fairly thin slices and place on top of onions.  Sprinkle with walnuts and cheese.  Cut 1 T butter into tiny pieces and dot fruit mixture.  Fold up edges by starting with a 3 inch edge, turning and pleating dough as you go around, forming the edge of the galette.  Beat the egg and brush over the galette’s edge.  Bake at 400 for 20 minutes or until galette looks done and pie crust is golden.  Let sit for 5-10 minutes before cutting.  Serves 4-6

Thanks for cooking with me today!

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17 Responses to “Recipe Box, Apple Pear and Walnut Gorgonzola Galette”
  1. a quiet life says:

    you have such gusto i get wild by the end of the post! looks very good and i have been cooking up a storm all week with apples too!

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  2. Karen says:

    Oh my! that looks and sounds delicious.

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  3. Lana Austin says:

    1. Thank you so much for visiting my blog & commenting!

    2. I love your recipe here–it looks wonderful!!!

    3. A fellow transplanted Alabamian who has also lived in multiple places–fabulous!!!

    4. I’ll start following you right now!

    Love/hugs/blessings,
    L

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  4. I pinned this because these are complimentary ingredients and since you said it is really delicious. I never post anything I think is so-so, and it upsets me to make a recipe only to have to try to do something to salvage it. What a waste of time and money! But, when I find a good recipe I end up trying to force-feed everyone, I want them to love it like I do. 🙂

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  5. Mary says:

    We love all these flavors Jenna! I’ve made a pizza with the same combo, your galette is calling to me this morning! I just happen to have some extra apples too 🙂

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  6. This looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it. Wouldn’t have thought to add onions, but I’m sure it adds another layer of flavor. I’m visiting from It’s Overflowing.

    Christy @ Creating a Beautiful Life

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  7. Kim says:

    This looks delicious! Printed it and will make it soon – something has to be done with all my extra green apples I have on hand. Perfect!
    ❤ Kim

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  8. Kim says:

    Hi, Jenna! I just wanted you to know I made this today – only my local grocer had no Gorgonzola. I made it with fresh Parmesan, which I always have on hand. It was delicious!!! Yesterday, Spunky Daughter made your Rolo Cake Mix Cookies. (Yes, it’s Painted Apron week!) Bad move, those cookies. I can’t stay out of them, and I sooo need to drop a few pounds. All those miles of bike riding this morning maybe balanced it out!?!?! I hope you don’t mind if I blog about your recipes soon. Their yumminess needs to be shared! Of course, I will link to your posts so readers can copy the recipe from your site. 🙂

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    • Aren’t you sweet Kim, it is wonderful to have feedback and I am so thrilled you enjoyed the recipes! I must admit our batch of cookies got thrown out after 2 days because I kept eating them! Of course you can blog about the recipes, I am flattered! I should have mentioned in the galette recipe that any bleu cheese would work, but of course Parmesan is always delicious! Jenna

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  9. Oh my goodness this looks delicious. It reminds me of a recipe I made for an appetizer for Thanksgiving a few years back. I’ll have to dig it out and compare recipes. I love these flavors together!

    – The Tablescaper

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  10. Shawna says:

    I would have never thought onions and apples would go together, but it looks so good. I am going to have to experiment though. Thank you for sharing it on our Four Seasons Blog Hop.

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  11. This looks amazing too! I’ve never mixed apples and cheese and it sounds really good:@)

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