Choco almond salami is the best choice when you have your announcements, and you have nothing sweet to serve them with coffee, you can make a fast cookie.
Traditional in our family, this chocolate salami is the perfect treat to snack on alongside coffee, and the best part is it’s so easy to make!
My version of choco almond salami is made with melted dark chocolate, toasted hazelnuts. It is divine! It is also effortless and quick to make, and it does not require baking, so you have no excuses. You must give it a try!
Combination of almonds and chocolate – perfect!
Choco Almond Salami
- 200 gr almonds
- 40 gr black chocolate
- A hand toasted sesame
- Two or three tbsp lukewarm water
- A pinch of salt
- 3 tbsp xylitol you don't have to, but my kids love if it's sweet.
- Chop almonds in a blender, and in a small heavy saucepan cook and stir chocolate pieces over low heat until melted and smooth.
- Add sesame and xylitol to the mixture and blend it.
- Add two or three tablespoons of lukewarm water as needed to unite the mixture.
- Grease the work surface with oil and then make the mixture on it, to the shape that you desired.. Above sprinkle with a pinch of salt
- To cool the chocolate almond salami, place wrapped logs in an airtight container; cover. Store in the fridge for up to 30 minutes.
- You can also toast a few sliced almonds in a pan and sprinkle salami with it. But you don't have to.
- When ready to serve remove from the refrigerator and slice off pieces as needed.
Choco salami is so simple and easy to make and can be stored away for just about any occasion. It is perfect for serving alongside some coffee or tea.
Benefits of almond fruit seeds
The only core that comes into consideration for nutrition is the core of sweet almond.
Badem has a high energy value because it contains large amounts of fat and protein and carbohydrates in smaller quantities.
It is rich in mineral substances, especially potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, and calcium. It contains many vitamins and has a high energy value. Especially crucial for bone health because of the abundant mineral that is responsible for their growth and development.
Because of its chemical composition, the almond is an excellent food for convalescents
The almond has a comprehensive use. It’s used in a raw, but also in a processed. The exquisite taste of roast and salted core. It is used quite in addition to making cakes and other sweets.
Many studies have shown that a handful of almonds a day helps lower cholesterol, protects the heart and veins. Also helps with memory.
A handful of nuts on the day is what should definitely be included in our daily diet. These small “bombs” will provide us with valuable nutritious ingredients and give us a sense of satiety.
Almonds, for example, help prevent fat absorption in the body, abound with vitamin E, magnesium and antioxidants, but also fibers.
Many studies have shown that a handful of almonds a day helps lower cholesterol, helps with memory … Regular consumption of almonds will improve digestion, and vitamin E, which contains, will affect you to have beautiful and healthy skin.
However, it should not overstate with the amount of these healthy “snacks” because a larger amount can cause health problems.
The recommended daily doses of almond are one hand or about 30 grams. If you consume too much, this will cause inflammation, gases, but may, in some cases, cause diarrhea.
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