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Meet the most socially acceptable way to eat pie for dinner: The galette. Made savory with butternut squash and caramelized onions, it’s rustic and homey while still feeling a bit elegant. A galette is the perfect way to show off seasonal produce, too — and come fall, we’re into butternut squash.
The best part about this galette? It’s a lazy baker’s dream. Here’s how to make it: Prepare a simple pastry dough made of butter and wholesome rye and semolina flours. Roll it out to a large circle and lay it onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Then pile it high with sweet caramelized onions and roasted thyme- and garlic-spiked butternut squash. Fold the edges toward the center of the galette, sprinkle it with plenty of grated Gruyere, and bake it until the crust is golden and the cheese is bubbling.
Dinner’s done: Serve a generous wedge alongside a bright salad, and open a bottle of wine.
Live.Love.Lux. Tip: When you use your Electrolux range or wall oven, expect a swift preheat and consistently even results across all racks, thanks to convection technology.