A Delicious Recipe from Childhood: Biscuits Salami

Who has not eaten at least once in life salami biscuits homemade, made by our mother or grandmother? If you miss this unmistakable taste, do not wait and prepare the easiest and tastiest recipe.

Who has not eaten at least once in life salami biscuits homemade, made by our mother or grandmother? If you miss this unmistakable taste, do not wait and prepare the easiest and tastiest recipe.

Ingredients

• 500 g of biscuits

• 250 g of sugar

• 2 egg yolks

• 125 ml warm milk

• 100 g raisins

• 50 g cocoa

• 100 g of walnuts, hazelnuts or almonds

• 100 g Turkish delight

• 200 g butter

• 1 essence of rum or 2 tablespoons of brandy

• 1 almond essence

• 2 packets of vanilla sugar

• 1 teaspoon of lemon or orange peel

Method of Preparation

1. The biscuits are crushed and then sprinkled with warm milk and the essence of rum or cognac

2. The raisins are placed in a small bowl and soaked in almond essence

3. The butter (at room temperature) mixes well with the egg yolks, cocoa, sugar, and vanilla until the consistency of a thick foam

4. The foam obtained mixes well with the biscuits

5. At the end add the crushed walnuts, raisins, lemon peel, and the Turkish delight

6. The composition is modeled in the form of a salami, using the food foil

7. The salami obtained is left in the fridge for 24 hours

8. According to taste and preferences, the biscuits are powdered with vanilla sugar and served cold from the fridge.

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