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Baked Salami (Oldie but Goodie)

This is an oldie but goodie recipe and everyone loves it always. I posted this back in 2011 and it always lands in one of the top 10 recipes on my blog every year. This is a most awesome appetizer for New Years , Superbowl or any time you are needing a great appetizer .  Rarely is there a piece left over. Good Old Fashioned Kosher Salami. (the kind in the package from Hebrew National is what I’m talking about)  A-Mazing! Totally Delicious and Addicting so watch out!

*you will want to double recipe for the larger salami shown. Recipe below is for the smaller one.

Ingredients:

1 Kosher Salami (this is a larger one for a larger crowd)

1/2 cup Marmalade ( I like orange) but can be Lemon or Ginger

2 tablespoons Brown Sugar

1 tablespoon Dijon Mustard- I used Maille Dijon Mustard

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Score into Salami, cut into Salami in narrow slices but not completely through to bottom. Just make slices almost to the bottom. Mix all ingredients together and spread on Salami, place on a lightly sprayed baking sheet and cook for about 1 – 1 1/2 hours. Serve on a plate with sliced pumpernickle or rye bread or crackers. I buy that party pumpernickle bread which is already cut into small pieces and available almost everywhere.

Baked Salami – Again – Great Appetizer

024 (2)023 (2)cookingwithcandioct17 119Without a doubt this is my most popular post.  I can’t really quite figure it out but who am I to argue? It’s truly A-mazing, really delicious and everyone loves it so maybe that’s why.  I have already re-blogged it and decided to re-post it again. Hold on to this one it’s really an Oldie but Goodie.

This recipe is for a small salami, but you can just double up ingredients for a larger one.

Ingredients:

1 Kosher Salami

1/2 cup Marmalade or Apricot Jam

2 Tbsp. Brown Sugar

1 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Score into Salami, cutting into narrow slices but not completely through to the bottom. Salami will stay intact, just cut almost to the bottom. (see photos)

Mix all ingredients together and spread on salami making sure to get inside the cuts,  place on a sprayed baking sheet or aluminum foil ( make sure you spray well, this will be sticky) and cook for about 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours. Serve on a plate with sliced pumpernickel or rye bread . Party Pumpernickle sliced bread is perfect with this since it’s already sliced and comes in a package ready to go, sliced rye bread cut in smaller pieces is also great.  Put a little Honey Mustard or Dijon Mustard or both in ramekins along with Salami.

This is a big hit. Be prepared to have nothing left over.

Baked Salami re-blog

I am reblogging one of the most popular recipes on my blog. If you haven’t made this yet , try it. It isn’t the fanciest recipe but it always seems to disappear. It’s that good. Give it a go. It’s perfect and pretty easy for a Sunday game day or anytime you have people over . (optional)

Cooking with Candi

This is an oldie but goodie recipe, and everyone loves it always. Rarely is there a piece left over. Good Old Fashioned Kosher Salami. (the kind in the package from Hebrew National is what I’m talking about) I couldn’t believe it when I saw Rachel Zoe cooking this salami on her show!!!!! A-Mazing!

*you will want to double recipe for the larger salami shown. Recipe below is for the smaller one.

Ingredients:

1 Kosher Salami (this is a larger one for a larger crowd)

1/2 cup Marmalade ( I like orange) but can be Lemon or Ginger

2 tablespoons Brown Sugar

1 tablespoon Dijon Mustard- I used Maille Dijon Mustard

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Score into Salami, cut into Salami in narrow slices but not completely through to bottom. Just make slices almost to the bottom. Mix all ingredients together and spread on Salami, place on a lightly…

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Baked Salami (Oldie but Goodie)

This is an oldie but goodie recipe, and everyone loves it always. Rarely is there a piece left over. Good Old Fashioned Kosher Salami. (the kind in the package from Hebrew National is what I’m talking about) I couldn’t believe it when I saw Rachel Zoe cooking this salami on her show!!!!! A-Mazing!

*you will want to double recipe for the larger salami shown. Recipe below is for the smaller one.

Ingredients:

1 Kosher Salami (this is a larger one for a larger crowd)

1/2 cup Marmalade ( I like orange) but can be Lemon or Ginger

2 tablespoons Brown Sugar

1 tablespoon Dijon Mustard- I used Maille Dijon Mustard

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Score into Salami, cut into Salami in narrow slices but not completely through to bottom. Just make slices almost to the bottom. Mix all ingredients together and spread on Salami, place on a lightly sprayed baking sheet and cook for about 1 – 1 1/2 hours. Serve on a plate with sliced pumpernickle or rye bread or crackers. I buy that party pumpernickle bread which is already cut into small pieces and available almost everywhere.