Cheesecake Sable Breton. Shortbread Crust (Sablé Breton) Sable, meaning "sand" in French, is a short crumbly dough that's a touch richer than shortbread thanks to some egg in the dough. Very like Sablés Bretons, which are a thinner and shiny salted biscuit/cookie resembling shortbread (Sablé means sand in French, referring to the crumb-like texture of the dough), Palets Bretons (meaning "Breton disks") are much thicker, airy and lightly crispy.
I like to take my ingredients out on Friday morning before work and bake it Friday night when it's cool and quiet. Découvrez notre recette facile du cheesecake au citron et ses palets bretons Ker Cadélac. Put the Sable (BIG cookie) on the plate and spread the marmalade on top.
Since I made a large batch of Lemon Curd in the process of creating that post, I was motivated to create something new to show an example of one way to use it.
Put the Sable (BIG cookie) on the plate and spread the marmalade on top.
The egg makes it a bit less fragile than shortbread while still having that delicious crumble rather than flakiness as in a pate brisee or traditional American-style pie dough. These French butter cookies, also known as sable Breton, shine the spotlight on the famous ingredient. Mix & Match menus as you like.