|David’s Seaweed Sablés|
These cookies are from David Lebovitz. Dorie writes that classic sablés are being made all over Paris with untraditional add ins such as olives, cheese, bacon, cracked spices or seasoned salt. So, I thought these Seaweed Sablés are Tres Chic!! I still didn’t think I would like them!
In the morning, with our heat wave going strong, I turned on my oven to bake these Seaweed Sablés. They really looked pretty good when they came out of the oven. With some trepidation, I decided to give one a try! And then another, just to be sure! They were really delicious! I think they would be lovely served with a glass of wine or some iced tea. Or, like they do in France, served with cocktails while waiting for the main course! I’ll definitely make these again. I loved the sweet, salty thing going on! Who knew? Dorie! Happy Friday Everyone!!
The recipe for these sablés can be found in Dorie Greenspans cookbook “Around My French Table”. To see what other Doristas are doing with these wonderful little cookies check it out here!
|Just out of the oven|
|So this is what I did on this very hot day….However, I was drinking Ice Tea!!|
|Look at all that very expensive seaweed in those cookies…who knew?|