Salivating sablés... cranberry orange cookies by James Hillery
These cranberry orange cookies are made using shortbread making them 'sablés'. The classic French sablé, but with a wintery twist of orange and cranberry. The biscuits get their name for their sandy texture, sable meaning sand in French. Very much like an English shortbread, the addition of fresh orange zest and dried cranberries bring these biscuits to life.
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