If you’re tired of chocolate salami, you could be tired of life. Put in just 10 minutes and get your people raving about your culinary prowess in this recipe by Mimi Jardin, taken from The Great SA Cookbook. This fabulous book showcases the recipes of 67 diverse South Africans, with all royalties going to the Nelson Mandela Foundation to assist communities in need of food.
Photo: Toby Murphy | Stylist: Jules Mercer | Photo courtesy of Quivertree Publications
What you need
20ml soft butter
200g drinking chocolate powder
200g Marie/Rich Tea biscuits, roughly crushed
sugar for sprinkling
(Makes 2 x 20cm rolls)
What you do
Mix together the butter, sugar, eggs and chocolate powder and beat lightly.
Fold in the crushed biscuits.
If the mixture’s too soft, place it in the fridge for a while.
Turn the mixture onto a sheet of greaseproof paper sprinkled with sugar and shape into 2 rolls about 20cm in length.
Wrap in the greaseproof paper and refrigerate until set.
Cut into slices to serve. Yum!
Mimi Jardin’s chocolate salami: what’s not to love? And a short ingredient list, too… | Photo: Toby Murphy | Stylist: Jules Mercer | Photo courtesy of Quivertree Publications
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