Sablé with Parmesan cheese and green pepper
|Place of origin||France|
|Region or state||Caen, Normandy|
The French word sable means "sand", which is the term French bakers use when the English use the term "breadcrumbs", as you rub the cold butter, flour and sugar together at the start of the recipe to make texture like breadcrumbs (or sand) before adding the egg.
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