Roasted Eggplant Galette is a great Summer entertaining dish packed with roasted eggplant, tomato sauce, and basil. It is a vegetarian dish but can be adapted to meet vegan lifestyle!
I made Roasted Eggplant Galette a while back as a light Summery lunch. It is one of those recipes that is very therapeutic to make; it involves making a dough from scratch, roasting vegetables, and casually folding ingredients into a galette (free form tart) without much fuss. I used Summer vegetables like eggplants, basil, tomato sauce, and cheese to create almost a pizza like galette but if you are inspired by Fall, perhaps use butternut squash, arugula, shallots, and goat cheese for a Fall-ish galette.
If you are nervous about making a dough from scratch, just trust me that galette dough I am sharing is very very forgiving. I have made samosa galette using the same dough and here is a short time lapse video that shows the whole process:
Whatever filling you decide to go with, I really hope you will make a savory galette for entertaining or as a light lunch!
I am going through this weird phase : writers block + feeling uninspired + overwhelmed so instead of words, I will leave you with some pictures of Roasted Eggplant Galette.
Black beans and mango combined with fresh ingredients like tomatoes, onions, and cilantro makes a flavor pack salsa, high in protein and plant-forward. This is a versatile recipe that can be served with chips, enjoyed as a salad or as a side dish with grilled chicken or fish.
Earl Grey Truffles are decadent and has orange, bergamot notes from Earl Grey tea in every creamy bite. They will make a lovely gift for the holidays, for dinner parties, or simply enjoy it with a cup of tea. The recipe is vegan and dairy-free!
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