I kind of got creative here. And, thankfully this dish turned out wonderfully. I used what I had on hand, and what is in season: potatoes, kale, apples, cranberries, brussels sprouts and turned it into a galette (a fancy word for a pie/pizza).
2 red potatoes
a few kale leaves
a handful of brussels sprouts
1 apple (granny smith, or fuji – something crisp)
dried & sweetened cranberries
1) boil the potatoes until you can pierce them with a fork, let cool.
2) thinly slice all of the vegetables and the apple. Slice large-ish pieces of the Parmesan cheese with a vegetable peeler.
3) in a skillet, heat up some olive oil and once hot throw in the brussels, kale leaves, and crushed garlic – lightly season with salt, pepper, garlic & onion powder. Remove from pan and set aside.
4) add more olive oil to the hot skillet. Throw in the sliced potatoes in, lightly season with salt, pepper, garlic & onion powder.
5) on a floured surface roll out your pie crust then pace on a baking dish. Spread the cooked & seasoned veggies on top of the pie crust. Arrange the sliced apples on top, and then the slices of cheese on top of the apples.
6) Bake in a pre-heated 350 degree oven for about 30-45 minutes until the crust is golden brown. After the galette has cooked sprinkle the cranberries on top and serve hot.