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Chocolate salami ( salame al cioccolato ) Italian recipe

A sweet take on a savoury icon, chocolate salami is a perfect treat to make with help from kids. From GialloZafferano; Italy’s most famous food website. Find this and many more recipes on the Giallozafferano App in English http://itunes.apple.com/app/giallozafferano-recipes/id384387249?mt=8

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Hi everyone and welcome to the GialloZafferano kitchen. I’m Sonia and today we’ll be preparing a fun dessert that’s perfect for making along with children: Chocolate salami! Let’s see what we’ll need:
½ cup of sugar
3 ½ oz of plain cookies
2 tablespoons of rum
2 eggs
7 tbsp of room-temperature butter
7 oz of chocolate.
Let’s get to work!
Cut the chocolate into pieces and set it to melt either in a bain marie or in a heat-proof bowl set over a another pot of boiling water until smooth. Turn off the heat and let it cool. Next, place the butter into a bowl along with the sugar and beat together until creamy. Now, add the eggs. Beat them a bit first to break the yolks and then mix until uniform.
Now add the rum. Mix again and then you can add the melted chocolate which is by now cooled a bit. Mix everything well, and we’re ready for the next step.
In this bowl, I’ve broken the cookies into pieces and now I’ll add them to the chocolate. Mix everything together well.
I’ve poured the mixture into the centre of a sheet of parchment paper. With a spatula, form the mixture into a long roll. Roll it up into the paper to maintain the long sausage shape.
Now, place the roll onto a couple of sheets of tin foil and roll it into a cylinder. After you’ve got your shape, leave in the fridge to set for at least 3 hours.
Here’s our chocolate salami ready to be tasted! I’ve taken it out of the paper, cut it into slices and set it on a platter. Buon appetito from GialloZafferano, and see you next time!]

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20 comments

  1. Nice..! I just put up a recipe for chocolate salami with no egg yolks if anyone wants! :)

  2. You should have a very very good chicken farm to buy the eggs from :)

  3. Hoe kan je dit vergeten

  4. non devi per forza aggiungere il rum!

  5. luvtolaugh12343

    Devo usare il rum per questa ricetta? Perche ho diciannove anni (in America) e non lo posso comprare…

  6. Unsweetened

  7. 3 1/2 oz is not 300g. it is probably 300g.

  8. I have a recipe with just the egg whites..and raw egg whites are used in cake frostings and stuff anyways so check it out :)

  9. Lariane Costa Ramos

    70% dark chocolate min.

  10. No we don't, it's a joke In Russia when you do foods that not mix well (sorry for myEnglish)

  11. @Evange I

  12. Is that unsweetened or semisweet chocolate? I'd assume unsweetened, but, well, never assume… THANKS!

  13. as long as you use fresh eggs (best bought at the market), there is no problem with raw eggs.

  14. No, but you can pasteurize your eggs

  15. why is everyone so concerned about the rum? i think the raw eggs are more of a concern to me, is there any way of substituting the eggs?

  16. I AM SORRY BUT ….IS GREEK DESERT …NO ITALIAN …THE ORGILAN NAME IS MOSAIKO>>>>ΜΩΣΑΙΚΟ…..

  17. I thought this was real salami in chocolate. In Ukraine and Russia they actually do bacon and port fat covered in chocolate.

  18. It's 200 g (the amounts in grams and millilitres are written in the ingredient list)

  19. how many gr for the chocolate? I don't really know 'ounces' :/

  20. i've eaten this my whole life and i never knew it was called " choclate salami " 😀 hahahaha

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