Chocolate Salami (by the SugarStars)

10 Ratings
  • prep time 20 min
  • total time 620 min
  • serves
Chocolate Salami (by the SugarStars)

Take the traditional concept of salami and turn it on its head! A chocolatey, hand-molded log studded with raisins and currants. **Cooking time is chilling time (10 hours, or overnight)**

Berries, Dessert, Fall, Italian

 Courtesy of: SugarStars


100 grams unsalted butter

180 grams semisweet chocolate, chopped

100 grams bittersweet chocolate, chopped

80 grams icing sugar

2 egg yolks

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

80 grams condensed milk

65 grams coconut

150 grams tea biscuits, crumbled

80 grams currants

80 grams raisins

45 grams rum

icing sugar to dust


1. Combine tea biscuits, currants, raisins and rum in a medium bowl. Set aside.

2. Over a double boiler, melt butter, semi and bittersweet chocolate until smooth. Remove from heat.

3. Add icing sugar, egg yolks, vanilla extract, condensed milk and coconut to the chocolate mixture. Stir until combined.

4. Add the tea biscuit mixture and continue stirring.

5. Pour the mixture onto a sheet of aluminum foil. Using your hands, begin to shape the chocolate into a log. Use the foil to roll and wrap the log into a salami shape. Twist the ends and place in your fridge to chill over night.

6. Once the Salami has set, dust a countertop or cutting board with icing sugar. Remove the Salami from the foil and roll in the icing sugar until fully coated. Dust off excess, slice and serve.

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