Fresh corn is one of my very favorite parts about summer. While I absolutely enjoy eating it right off the cob, I’m always looking for fun new ways to put it to use, and this corn and zucchini galette is one way to do just that.
To keep this recipe nice and simple, I used store-bought pie dough. The filling itself also comes together fairly quickly. The red onion and zucchini are sautéed to soften them up and release the excess moisture in the zucchini. After removing the skillet from the heat, the fresh corn is stirred in, as it will cook entirely in the oven. Once the filling has cooled down to room temperature, some crumbled goat cheese is mixed in, before the galette is assembled and baked in the oven until golden brown. For a nice pop of freshness, fresh basil is sprinkled over the exposed filling after baking.
While the recipe calls for store-bought dough, you can absolutely use your favorite homemade version instead. If your dough rolls out to larger than the 10-inch size indicated below, you can either trim the edges or leave a larger border that will be folded over the filling.
The longer you let the galette rest after baking, the easier it is to slice. It can be served either warm or at room temperature, making it a great make-ahead dish for summer gatherings.
Prep time includes time to allow the filling to cool to room temperature. Hands on time is only about 15 minutes.
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