Monday, July 25, 2011

"Chocolate salami" recipe

Sounds scary... huh? :) some of you would be wondering... chocolate salami?!! No way! Right?
Don't worry :) This is not a real salami. This dessert is called that way just because it looks like salami. :)



Today, Irina who runs IrinaPhotography shop is sharing a recipe of this easy to cook great dessert.

You will need:
1/2 cup of sugar
2 eggs
3 table spoon of cocoa powder
1 stick of unsalted butter (115 gr)
5 table spoon of milk
1 lb of cookies or biscuits
1 cup of walnut pieces

Who has Trader Joe's store nearby, can use "Cats cookies for people". Well, this is just cookie. :) The name may sound confusing, that's why there is a picture of them. But if Trader Joe's in not reachable for you, you can use any type of cookies that are pretty much crackly and sweet.


First, the cookies should be powdered in grinder or food processor.



Than add walnut pieces to the cookie powder and mix it. Set aside the mixture.

Put eggs, sugar, and cocoa powder in non-stick pot. I prefer non-stick because it's easier to clean it after the desert is ready, but you may use whatever you want. Just keep in mind that the pot will be heated up. Whisk all ingredients until the mixture is smooth. Than add milk and completely melted butter. Whisk again and place the pot on medium-high heat.



Whisk it continuously, and bring it to the condition when it just about to start bubbling. Immediately remove from heat. Don't let it bubbling! It should look like chocolate souse.


Pour the mixture into ground cookies with walnuts and mix it thoroughly.


It should look like wet clay but short-brittle.


Then put this "clay" into plastic bag; smash and press it until the "clay" become smooth.



In the end, the mixture should look like a smooth clay. Put it on a sheet of foil or plastic wrap, and form it as a salami... or log. :)


Wrap and roll for better result.



Than cover the "salami" with foil or plastic wrap and put it into fridge for several hours until it firm.


That's it. :) Time for preparation is 15-20 minutes. Enjoy!

9 comments:

moonsafari said...

I loved it when I was little!! mmm, I might make some again soon :)

SocksAndMittens said...

This looks soo good! I am going to try to make it this week - thanks for sharing!

Natalka Pavlysh said...

Yummy! Thank you for sharing!

Adina said...

LOVE SALAMI!))
Thank you Irina!

Svetlana said...

Ufff! I'm on a diet :(:(

Arctida said...

Looks so yummy! I'm gonna have to try it :)

BEREZKI said...

This is delicious! We always used to make it, but instead of grinding the cookies we just broke them up into tiny pieces :)

IrinaN said...

Yep-) Braking for small pieces is good, but I find grinding easier for me :)

Yana said...

Yumm! My Mom used to make this delicious treat. Now I'm both nostalgic and hungry for something sweet. Thank you, Irina!

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