Chocolate Salami

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It’s decided!
We’re changing Sarenka’s profile!
Butcher-like it will be ;)
That would be something, right?

While looking through some recipes on Moje Wypieki, I found information about Dorota’s favourite blog… It made me really curious… That kind of recommendation speaks for itself. I had to check on it!
It turned out that ChilliBite is a really yummy blog.
And the idea of making Chocolate Salami appealed to me the moment I saw it :)
What is more, only after some time did I get to know that this bar is also one of the traditional desserts of Portugal! Isn’t it nice? You know my adoration for this language :)

Well, a real piece of chocolate meat for you :)

Ingredients (for 3 medium rolls):

  • 300-400g biscuits (depends on what kind of salami you like :))
  • 150g prunes
  • 50g rum
  • 250g butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 150g baking sugar
  • 90-100g cocoa
  • 100g pistachios (shelled)
  • icing sugar for sprinkling

Cut prunes into smaller pieces.
Pour them with rum and leave aside.
I left it for a night in the fridge :)

Blend 1/3 of biscuits.
The rest crash into small pieces.

Chop pistachios.

Melt chocolate with butter in a water bath.

Whip the eggs with sugar till you get a fluffy mass.
Add cooled chocolate mass and cocoa.
Stir it.

Add biscuits, pistachios and prunes and stir everything thoroughly.

Leave aside for a moment and let the biscuits soften a bit.

Using a spoon put chocolate mass onto a food wrap.
Roll it tightly and swirl it at the sides.

Leave in the fridge overnight.

Sprinkle with icing sugar :)


One thought on “Chocolate Salami

  1. Your name, Sarenka, is beautiful. How do you pronounce it? Also I love all of your recipes!! Thanks for sharing!

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