We bring you a delicious dessert straight from Portugal to your table. Chocolate and coconut salami is a no-bake dessert that is not only super easy to make but is a perfect fit for tea parties, birthdays, holiday dinners, or a simple treat.
It is a widely loved dessert in all of Europe and is often an integral part of any tea party.
Although a traditional salami is made from eggs butter, this recipe is a vegan version. It is made from coconut oil and coconut milk along with dark chocolate. The richness of the dark chocolate and the fulfilling nuts and desiccated coconut gives it the crunch that makes every bite a unique experience.
The slices are filled with chopped nuts, raisins, and coconut, so you get several flavors and textures in each bite. The slices are soft and fudgy and finger-licking good.
Chocolate and coconut salami is a delicious, decadent and fudgy dessert that is perfect for any occasion. This is a no-bake recipe that is not just super simple to make, but it mouthwatering delicious.
1 cup of tea biscuits
1 tbsp pecans, chopped
1 tbsp pistachios, chopped
1 tbsp hazelnuts, chopped
2 tbsp, raisins
2 tbsp desiccated coconut
200 g dark chocolate
2 tbsp coconut oil
4 tbsp coconut milk
4 tbsp Icing sugar
- Crush tea biscuits with your hands or with the help on a rolling pin.
- In a microwave-safe bowl, add chocolate and microwave it so that it melts. You can microwave it and stir it at 30 seconds interval until it is completely melted.
- Add coconut oil and coconut milk to the melted chocolate and mix well.
- Add nuts, desiccated coconut and raisins and mix until everything is covered in chocolate.
- On a parchment paper, spoon the chocolate mixture lengthwise in the centre.
- Wrap the mixture up in paper and roll the edges to form a toffee shape. Give it a shape with your hands so that it gets a salami shape.
- Place the salami in the refrigerator for one and a half hour until it is completely set.
- Once the salami is set, remove it from the refrigerator, unwrap it. Dust it with icing sugar and slice it. Enjoy.
Don’t crush the tea biscuits too much, or they will turn into dust. 1-inch pieces are good enough.
You can choose 50% dark chocolate or 70 % depending upon your preference. Furthermore, you can also melt chocolate over a hot water bath.
Lastly, you can refrigerate the salami pieces in an airtight jar for a maximum of 3 weeks.
The best thing about this recipe is that you can get creative with it. You can add your favorite nuts, dried fruits like cherry, raspberries, and so much more.
Give Chocolate salami your flair and enjoy the unique blend of different flavors and textures.