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A question about a recipe: Leek and Greens Tart with Cornmeal Crust

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I just realized that the recipe asks for the tart crust to be par baked-- how would I do this with a galette? Should I just skip this part?

asked by Hope216 over 2 years ago
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added over 2 years ago

Sorry I couldn't get to this sooner! I think that if you're using a regular galette crust, and because the filling will likely be spread out more thinly than it is in the tart pan you can just skip the parbaking step. That's my gut reaction, at any rate.