I know, I know, again. I'm sorry, but really they're great cookies.
This batch of sablés are chocolate with sea salt. The dough is the crumbliest of the different recipes I've tried. In the mixing bowl I thought it would never hold together. With determination and some quality hands it came together just find. Equally challenging was slicing the dough before baking. I lost a couple. But after some practice I learned a cutting technique that proved quite successful. (Support the slice with one hand while cutting with the other.)
All that extra maneuvering was worth it for the best in sandy texture. With dark chocolate chunks, plus sweet and savory thanks to the sea salt, this recipe is for sure a keeper. One of the favorite sablés.