Green Chili Apple & Honey Galette
A slighty savory tart, for a sweet new year. Courtesy Amy Kritzer
10 inch pan
active: 30 min
total: 1 hr 45 min
It’s hard to believe that summer is nearly over and the High Holidays are upon us. First up is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year: very similar to secular New Year’s, except with less cheap champagne and more apples and honey. Much like every Jewish holiday, there are customs and symbols for the day, including especially the practice of eating sweet foods for a sweet new year: pomegranates, dates, beets and the iconic apples-and-honey combo.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I want my year to be a little sweet and also a little spicy, too. So I added green chilies to my rustic Apple and Honey Galette. The result is a slightly savory tart ideal for ringing in the new year. L’shanah tova!
**To make this galette pareve, you can easily replace the butter with a vegan margerine, or even olive oil! Check here for more info on how to replace butter for non-diary items.
Images: Amy Kritzer