Breezy Berry Galettes With Elderflower
With a short, crispy crumb topped by a delicious, oozy berry filling, these galettes make for a perfect winter or autumn treat!
These little berry galettes are heavily in rotation in my kitchen of late. You might also know them as crostata or hand pies. All you really need to know is that they are super easy to make.
They come together very quickly and utilise minimal ingredients. The sour cream pastry always comes out well, even for pastry novices, thanks to the magic of the sour cream in the dough. The result is a short, melt-in-your-mouth, buttery crumb, cradling elderflower perfumed berries.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this without the elderflower cordial?
Absolutely! Simply substitute the elderflower cordial out for the same quantity of rosewater or an additional two tablespoons of sugar.
Can I make this using different fruit for the filling?
Feel free to experiment using different fruits, berries or combinations thereof! Stone fruits and berries make a delicious combination – use your imagination!