Vegan Chocolate Salami

Chocolate is an extraordinary food that knows no seasons: in summer or winter, chocolaty desserts are always the most popular (or at least in my house!). So I propose the sweet salami, in which chocolate is king. But with this recipe I want to make vegans happy too (but not only), because I would like to prepare a sweet salami without milk, without butter and without eggs! I am sure that with this recipe I will make everyone's mouth water: let's see how the chocolate salami is prepared in the vegan version.

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Identity Card of the Recipe

  • 419 KCal Calories per serving
  • Ingrediants

    For the biscuit

    • 50 g of wholemeal flour
    • 1 pinch of salt
    • 25 g of brown sugar
    • 10 ml of corn oil
    • 25 ml of soy milk
    • 25 g of coconut flour
    • 25 g of yellow cornmeal

    For the chocolate salami

    • 140 g of dark chocolate
    • 50 g of hazelnuts
    • 40 ml of soy milk
    • Homemade food: 20 g of margarine prepared with non-hydrogenated vegetable fats
    • (Optional) Whole food, organic: 30 g of cane sugar

    Materials Needed

    • Bowl
    • Scale weighs food
    • Baking plate
    • Wooden spoon
    • Rolling pin
    • Plastic bag
    • Mixer

    Preparation

    1. Prepare the biscuit base: in a bowl, combine the whole wheat flour, the corn flour, a pinch of salt, the whole cane sugar and the coconut flour (or ground almonds) with the liquids (seed oil and vegetable milk ). Mix the ingredients until you get a sandy consistency, reminiscent of that of the crumble. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.
    2. Spread the crumb mixture on a plate lined with parchment paper. Bake at 180 ° C for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and allow to cool.

    The alternative version
    Vegan chocolate salami can be prepared using ready-made vegan biscuits (eg vegan oatmeal biscuits).

    1. Chop the dark chocolate and combine it in a bowl with the brown sugar (optional) and the homemade margarine. Melt the mixture in a double boiler or in the microwave, until you get a cream.

    Alternative to margarine
    In this recipe we suggest the use of homemade margarine. Alternatively, you can replace it with the same amount of seed oil or coconut butter.

    1. Gather the biscuit base in a bag and reduce it into coarse crumbs with the help of a rolling pin.
    2. Combine the hazelnuts in the blender and chop them until you get a powder.
    3. Combine the cookie crumbs in the bowl of chocolate. Combine the hazelnut powder and mix everything with your hands, adding the vegetable milk: you will have to obtain a rather compact dough, but not yet workable.
    4. Put the dough in the fridge for one hour: in this way, the mixture will thicken.
    5. Remove the dough from the bowl and knead it with your hands until you get the shape of a sausage.
    6. Put the salami back in the fridge and let it harden for an hour.
    7. Roll the salami as you like in the hazelnut powder (or in the chopped pistachios).
    8. Cut the chocolate salami into slices and serve.

    Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

    For a classic version, serve the sliced ​​chocolate salami, but if you prefer an alternative and more practical version, I recommend making balls with this dough, and then rolling them on bitter cocoa to get delicious truffles! Good, healthy, vegan!

    Nutritional values ​​and Health Comment on the recipe

    Vegan Chocolate Salami is a dessert with an energetic prevalence of lipids, followed by carbohydrates and finally proteins. Fatty acids are mainly unsaturated, carbohydrates both simple and complex, and peptides of medium biological value. Fiber is high and cholesterol is absent.
    Vegan Chocolate Salami is a food unsuitable for celiac disease but is allowed in the diet for "lactose intolerance. It must" be consumed sparingly in case of overweight, type 2 diabetes mellitus and hypetriglyceridemia. The average portion is around 25g (105kcal).
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