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Apple Galette with Pecan & Caramel

By Candice Brown

Apple Galette with Pecan & Caramel

Apple galette with pecan & caramel - Gozney Recipes

This apple, pecan and caramel galette cooked in Dome by @candicebrown is the sweet kick you need. The perfect dessert for a summer pizza party.


  • 2 Bramley apples peeled, cored and thinly sliced 

  • 3 tbsp ground pecans (you can do this yourself) 

  • 0.5 tsp ground cinnamon 

  • 30ml spiced rum  

  • 30x30cm ready rolled puff pastry 

  • 25g chopped pecans 

  • 4 tbsp caramel (Homemade or bought) 

  • 1 egg - beaten 

  • 15g demerara sugar  

  • Flour for dusting 

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Step 1:

Mix the sliced apples in a bowl with the ground pecans, cinnamon and rum.

Step 2:

Liberally dust the work top with flour and unroll your pastry. Roll out ever-so slightly thinner.

Step 3:

Tip the apple mixture onto the middle of the pastry and spread out, leaving about 2 inches around the edge. Make sure the apples are not too piled up as they won't cook.

Step 4:

Sprinkle the chopped pecans on top and then drizzle with the caramel sauce.

Step 5:

Cut the corners of the pastry off and simple fold the edges over all the way round so they just cover the first 1/2-1 inch of the filling, and it goes from a square to a round shape.

Step 6:

Brush the edges with beaten egg and sprinkle with demerara sugar.

Step 7:

Heat the Dome to 250-300°C/482-572°F. Using the peel, place the galette into the Dome, keeping to the side and open front. Every couple of minutes gently turn the galette to stop the edges from catching too much.

Step 8:

Make sure the apples and caramel are bubbling and the bottom is nice and crisp. Remove from the oven and serve hot with ice cream or vanilla custard.

Okay, it is time to turn your Gozney outdoor oven on and get to work! Why don't you share your delicious Galette with us, just use the #gozneykitchen!

Recipe Contributor

Candice Brown

Candice Brown (@candicebrown) is a Great British Bake Off Winner, successful pub owner, author, mental health campaigner, and cook. Yep, she does it all. Candice describes cooking as a process she loves from start to finish, creating hearty, home-cooked recipes, especially in her new book ‘Happy Cooking’.


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