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Chocolate salami with pandoro

Chocolate salami with pandoro

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Recipe Chocolate salami with pandoro di of 10-01-2020

The chocolate salami with pandoro is a variation on the theme of a timeless classic that is usually liked by everyone, from children to adults. It is a very simple dessert to make, so much so that you can also prepare it in the company of your children, if you like to mess together in the kitchen, and absolutely without eggs, so they can all eat it without problems. The main difference from my previous recipe (even the one without the use of eggs) is obviously that here there is pandoro in chunks instead of crumbled biscuits. The result is equally good, of course, with the added bonus of helping you recycle leftover pandoro from the Christmas holidays;)


How to make chocolate salami with pandoro

Melt the chocolate, in the microwave or in a double boiler, after making it into small pieces.

Work the softened butter with half the icing sugar until you get a cream.
Then add the liqueur (or orange juice) and chocolate and mix until you get a homogeneous mixture.

Chop the almonds not too finely and add them to the mixture, then add the pandoro cut into large cubes.
The result must be a compact, sticky but workable dough with your hands.

Transfer the mixture onto a sheet of parchment paper, shape it into a long and narrow cylinder (as if it were a piece of salami) and wrap it in parchment paper, compacting well, closing the ends as if it were candy.
Let it harden in the fridge for at least 1 hour.

Take back the chocolate salami with pandoro, remove the parchment paper, pass it in the remaining icing sugar and serve.

Video: How to Make Panna Cotta. Dessert Recipe. (July 2022).


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