Acadele? Mai ghiciti o data – Salam de biscuiti

Salam de biscuiti – e poate cel mai des intalnit desert la noi. Mama mi-l facea de multe ori cand eram copil. Si totusi, (ori poate de aceea) eu nu l-am facut niciodata pana acum. E foarte simplu si contine ingrediente extrem de gustoase. Eu m-am jucat putin si, pe langa forma clasica de salam am facut si niste acadele.Am folosit forma de silicon de la Wilton.

Si, pentru ca la mine e musai ca reteta sa aibe ceva deosebit, am pus inauntru si melasa de curmale, gasita intr-un magazin arabesc.

Salam de biscuiti


  • 300 g biscuiti simpli, rupti in bucatele
  • 100 g rahat taiat mic
  • 100 g alune,migdale, nuca taiate bucatele (in ce combinatie vrei)
  • 100 g unt
  • 50 g zahar
  • 5 linguri melasa de curmale (daca nu ai, mai pune 50 g zahar)
  • 100 g cacao neagra
  • 100 ml lapte
  • 2 fiole esenta de rom


Mod de pregatire

  • Pune zaharul, untul, laptele si cacaoa la fiert intr-o craticioara. La foc mic amesteca din cand in cand, sa se formeze un sos. Sosul nu trebuie sa fie foarte gros
  • Lasa sosul sa se racoreasca putin. Amesteca in el esenta de rom.
  • Pune biscuitii intr-un castron si amesteca-i cu rahat si alune. Toarna melasa, daca folosesti
  • Toarna sosul de cacao si incepe sa framanti compozitia cu mana, pana ce toate se leaga.
  • Daca e foarte subtire compozitia (ceea ce n-as crede) mai pune biscuiti. Daca e prea densa compozitia, pune putin lapte.
  • Imparte compozitia in doua, pune o jumatate pe folie si formeaza un sul. Preseaza putin, ca sa nu fie gauri in salam.
  • Infasoara salamul in folie.
  • Fa acelasi lucru pentru a doua jumatate de compozitie. Pune-le la frigider pana a doua zi
  • Taie feliute salamul si serveste-l ca desert.




English version
Biscuit Salami is perhaps the most common dessert in Romania. My mother made it many times when I was a kid. And yet, (or maybe that’s why)  I’ve never done it before. It contains very simple and very tasty ingredients. I played a little and, along with the classic form of sausage I made some lollipops. I used for this a Wilton mold. 
And because my recipes must have something special, I put in it some dates molasses which I found in an Arabic shop. 


* 300 g plain biscuits, broken into pieces
* 100 g turkish delight (lokum), chopped
* 100 g peanuts, almonds, walnut chopped (in what combination you want)
* 100 g butter
* 50 g sugar
* 5 tablespoons dates molasses (if you don’t have, put 50 g sugar)
* 100 g dark cocoa
* 100 ml milk
* 2 tablespoons rum

How To

* Put sugar, butter, milk and cocoa to a boil in a saucepan. On low heat stir from time to time, to form a sauce. Sauce shouldn’t be very thick
* Allow sauce to cool slightly. Mix the rum in it.
* Put the biscuits in a bowl and mix them with nuts and turkish delight. Pour the molasses, if you use
* Pour sauce and begin to knead the mixture by hand until the mixture is like a dough.
* If mixture is very thin add some biscuits. If mixture is too thick, add some milk.
* Divide the mixture into half . Put one half on a foil and  form a roll, like a salami. Push a little, not to be holes in the salami.
* Wrap the salami in foil.
* Do the same for the second half. Put them in a refrigerator until the next day
* Cut salami slices and serve it as dessert.

    19 Jan 2011

    Omg my mom makes this but she would make it in a dish. I never knew it was romanian. It tastes soooo soooo soooo good. I like how you made yours on those sticks. Very smart 🙂

    19 Jan 2011

    @Tiffany, it is a typical turkish sweet

    @Cakewhiz, wow.It is nice to hear that this recipe traveled so long distance.It is very good endeed.

    @Belinda, It is so easy to be done.You should try doing it.

    A little bit of everything
    20 Jan 2011

    you’re right, i think it is the most popular sweet in Romania. my mom used to make some every Sunday when I was a child. Sometimes she still makes some but I think over the years it lost its charm.

    have a wonderful day Brandusa

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