Chocolate Salami

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Sometimes all we need is a simple but delicious dessert. Preferably with chocolate. For such occasions, this Chocolate Salami is an answer.

Chocolate Salami

Hello, my friends. Happy hump day!

I mean HAPPY HUMP DAY (dancing and singing). Do I demonstrate my excitement well now?

I bet you won’t mind rewarding yourself with a delicious dessert which doesn’t require a lot of time to make? This Chocolate Salami is my answer.

It’s not a meat product, though.

Did you think for a second that I really made some deli meat with chocolate? Please be honest. I have no idea why would make you think so. Yes, I made once this Chocolate Pasta with Nutella Whiskey Sauce. And then I made this Chocolate Lavender Blackberry Pasta. I even added Irish cream in a risotto once. But chocolate and meat? I would have never thought of that! (Well, if seriously, I would like to try a combo of meat and chocolate which is quite common.)

But today we are talking about Chocolate Salami – a lovely no-bake dessert. I think it’s originated in either Italy or Portugal, but it has become very popular in many European countries. Chocolate Salami is made out of chocolate, biscuits (cookies), and butter. You can also incorporate some dried fruit and even a splash of alcohol such as rum or whiskey. Personally, I’ve tried it once with some Irish cream, and it was de-li-cious.

It’s an utterly versatile dessert too as you may use all possible nuts, fruit, alcohol, and their combinations. Try cranberries and pistachios. Or cranberries (cherries), almonds, and amaretto. Or perhaps hazelnuts and coffee liquor? Hard to decide, isn’t it?

Certainly, you don’t need to make this dessert in a cylinder shape. Simply place the chocolate batter in a baking dish, and slice once it’s cooled. Or even make some individual cakes, like truffles.

Indeed, there’s no precise recipe – this is just a basic guidance. Please be creative. And let me know if you’ve decided to add some real meat to this salami :)

 

 

9 thoughts on “Chocolate Salami

  1. Laura says:

    Oh my, Ben! This looks amazing. It actually didn’t occur to me this could have meat in it, because, you know, it’s chocolate – i’ve Been known to put cocoa in meat dishes myself, but Idk, this full-on chocolate is just YUM! It looks pretty easy to make, too! I love your creations – Thanks for the recipe!

  2. David @ Spiced says:

    What a fun idea! I must admit that I was a little worried when I saw this post pop up as I thought it *might* include meat. But I was like, “nah, no way.” I love this idea, and the powdered sugar/cornstarch at the end really makes it look exactly like salami. I feel like this would’ve been a great post for April Fool’s Day…haha! With that said, I need some of this because it sounds quite tasty!
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  3. Evi says:

    This is so cool! I used to love chocolate salami as a kid :)
    I’m wondering if this could also work without eggs, I’d really love to try the recipe!

  4. neil@neilshealthymeals.com says:

    My initial thoughts when I saw this were, a sausage for a dessert? LOL. It’s the fact that you tied string around it that makes it look so like a real salami. Well done, you had me fooled! and I love the sound of this recipe Ben. It kind of reminds me a little bit of a chocolate log recipe I do at Christmas!

  5. Kelsie | the itsy-bitsy kitchen says:

    Haha! I didn’t think you’d combined meat and chocolate, although if you had I wouldn’t have been surprised. You always have the most creative combinations! I’m glad this is strictly a dessert though :). It sounds so good and looks like it would be great to serve at a dinner party!

  6. Katherine | Love In My Oven says:

    Ben, I 100% assumed you made something with meat and chocolate when I read the title of this post, haha. Come on, we know you well!! This looks a bit more appealing than the sounds of that though ;) I wish I had a slice or two right now!

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