Monday, April 26, 2010

Chocolate dessert recipe

Today, I'd like to share one dessert recipe that is pretty much in Russia. We call this desert "Chocolate Salami", but it's nothing about meat. The title is just because it looks like salami. But you may call it "chocolate log" or whatever. :)

Chocolate dessert recipeSo you will need:
1/2 cup of sugar
2 eggs
3 table spoon of cocoa powder
1 stick of unsalted butter (115 gr)
5 table spoon of milk
1 lb of cookies or biscuits
1 cup of walnut pieces

I usually use "Cats cookies for people" from Trader Joe's. Well, this is just cookie. :) It sounds confusing, I mean "Cats coolies", that's why I took picture of them. Also, you can use regular biscuits for the desert.

First, the cookies should be powdered. I use meat grinder or food processor for it.


Than add walnut pieces to the cookie powder and mix it. Set aside the mixture.

Put eggs, sugar, and cocoa powder in non-stick pot. I prefer non-stick because it's easier to clean it after the desert is ready, but you may use whatever you want. Just keep in mind that the pot will be heated up. Whisk all ingredients until the mixture is smooth. Than add milk and completely melted butter. Whisk again and place the pot on medium-high heat.


Whisk it continuously, and bring it to the condition when it just about to start bubbling. Immediately remove from heat. Don't let it bubbling! It should look like chocolate souse.
Pour the mixture into ground cookies with walnuts and mix it thoroughly.
It should look like wet clay but short-brittle.

Then put this "clay" into plastic bag; smash and press it until the "clay" become smooth.

In the end, the mixture should look like a smooth clay. Put it on a sheet of foil or plastic wrap, and form it as a salami... or log. :)
Wrap and roll for better result.
Than cover the "salami" with foil or plastic wrap and put it into fridge for several hours until it firm.
That's it. :) Time for preparation is 15-20 minutes. Enjoy!

10 comments:

MyWayToSay said...

GOOSHHHH :)))))))) Drooling - as I know how to make it !!! and you bet I'll make one AASAPPP !!

Katrinshine said...

Gnam-gnam!! I love it, but my mother cooked it so seldom when i was a child...

Irina's photography and beyond said...

MyWay, try it! I belive your daughter is gonna love it. :)

Irina's photography and beyond said...

Katrin, I belive you can do it on your own now. That's yummy! :)

Yep, my mome made, it too. :) It's taste of childhood. :)

daimblond said...

looks tasty!

Flowersbyirene said...

Yummy! This recipe is from my childhood. Need to have some to refresh sweet memories

SocksAndMittens said...

Oh it looks so yummy! I just have to make this one!

Sasha and Veronika said...

it's similar to my childhood favorites "kartoshka" :) I remember tasting the "salami" it from my friend's mother. She were a kitchen goddess in making these - so yummy! Thank you for the great tutorial!

Irisha said...

Love this one! Made a couple of times, but had to it them all by myself - my American family didn't get it! Good for me!!! )))

Mulberry Whisper said...

Ahh, so cool you have it! I have been looking for the recipe for a while, and yours seems excellent!

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