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Chocolate Biscuit Log With Walnuts

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finished salami


If you like sweets food, then you will love this one!

It is also a great one for the kids to help you with, and you only need to have a bit of this chocolate biscuit (as it is rich), so it will last longer.


finished salami


Preparation Time: 15 minutes (plus time to refrigerate)
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Makes: about 20 servings

Ingredients
200 g packet of tea biscuits or plain biscuits
90 g unsalted butter
1 cup walnuts, toasted and chopped
3/4 cup thickened cream
100 g dark chocolate (I used Lindt 70%)
2 tbsp sugar -I used coconut sugar
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp rum or rum essence


ingredients


Method
Crush the biscuits into small pieces -I used a meat cleaver. Mix these biscuits with the walnuts in a bowl.


ingredients


Heat the cream and butter over low heat. Add the sugar and stir.


ingredients


Break the chocolate into pieces and add to the hot butter-cream mixture. Stir until the chocolate melts, then add the cocoa powder and rum essence, and stir well to combine.


mixing all


Set aside for a few minutes to let the mixture cool slightly.

Add the chocolate mixture into the crushed biscuit-walnut mixture.


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Mix thoroughly. The mixture will now be thick and sticky.


mixing all


Put the mixture on a piece of aluminium foil.


making log


Roll into a sausage/salami shape, and close the foil.


making log


Put in fridge for about 2 hours. When ready to serve, unwrap the chocolate salami and lightly roll it in icing sugar to give it a look of real aged salami. Slice and serve.


finished salami


Categories
#Chocolate
#Family
#Sweets
#Dessert
#Baking
#Vegetarian
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The dried cherries would work, but it would no longer look like a salami! the top of mine looks like salami but I didnt shape it properly as I said.
Dont know about dried figs, but cannot see why it would not work with these added
by Finy
Would glace cherries also work in this? With the addition of these, it would make the 'salami' a bit like a florentine when you cut it. The addition of dried figs might also make it like pan forte? c&c
Just realised editor cut out the word "salami"! perhaps as mine was a bit wonky...however the white has the salami look even though shape is off.
by Finy
This look so yummy!!!
It IS very yummy though this time mine is not quite round like a salami-is very rich so dont serve up big pieces to anyone!
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