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Chocolate Salami

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Chocolate salami is one of the most loved dessert from the Italian tradition. This simple and quick recipe makes of chocolate salami the perfect dessert for every celebration and we can assure you that after the first bite you won’t stop eating it.

As always happens in Italy, there are many variations of the theme, according to regional culinary customs.

The only important rule to follow is to assure to use fresh products and especially fresh, top quality eggs, since the preparation does not require cooking.
Although it’s not usually a dessert you’ll find in fancy restaurants, it tastes really good and you’ll make happy both children and adults.



300g (10 1/2 oz) DRY BISCUITS
150 g (5 1/2 oz) BUTTER
100 g (3 1/5 oz) SUGAR
200 g (7 oz) DARK CHOCOLATE


For starters, let the butter warm to room temperature while you start crumbling the biscuits in a large bowl.
Break the dark chocolate bar into pieces and melt it on the fire using the bain Marie method. Stir with a spoon to make sure there are no lumps. When the chocolate is completely melted let it cool for a while.
Once the butter is soft, work it with a spoon and add the chocolate, the sugar, the eggs and the rum. Once the mixture is ready and well-blended pour it in the bowl containing the biscuits. Work the mixture again until all the biscuit crumbs are completely coated with the chocolate mixture.
Take the dough you obtained and shape it like a salami. Then put it on a layer of cling film and wrap it.
Put the chocolate salami in the fridge for a couple of hours.

After a couple of hours, it’s time to slice your chocolate salami.
Now your dessert is ready to be served. Enjoy it!


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