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Fruit and Nut Salami

 

 

Fruit and Nut Salami

 

When your children are picky eaters then you are bound to find out smart ways to make them eat a balanced diet. Mealtime battles have become a common occurrence in my household. So every single day to make my younger one eat all kinds of veggies and fruits I dish out ways to make food visually appealing and give a catchy name to the foods to boost her appetite. These are some no nag ways to outsmart a fussy and picky eater.

 

With an insatiable hunger for sweet stuff my younger one keeps on pestering me for a dessert after every meal. That’s when I decided to introduce Dry Fruits as an after meal dessert and it was a tedious task to make her eat her daily dose of dry fruits. Fortunately found this recipe in a middle eastern cook book and it was a hit with her. The salami name and the look worked for her and she looks forward to a slice of it in the lunchbox or after a meal and the mom is also happy.

 

Fruit and Nut Salami

 

Dried fruits are not only delicacies but are a rich source of protein and minerals. This is why every diet regimen recommends a handful of them in your daily diet. I order them online from Place of Origin and they deliver the finest and best quality stuff to your doorstep at a reasonable price without you leaving the comfort of your home.

 

Fruit and Nut Salami

 

 

A delicious fruit salami made from dried figs, dates, sultanas and apricots and studded with toasted pistachios and almonds, without any additives or sugar making it a healthy and perfect sweet treat for kids as well as adults.

 

Fruit and Nut Salami
Fruit and Nut Salami
Print Recipe
 A delicious fruit salami made from dried figs, dates, sultanas and apricots and studded with toasted pistachios and almonds, without any additives or sugar making it a healthy and perfect sweet treat for kids as well as adults.
Servings Prep Time
20 piece 20 minutes
Passive Time
120 minutes
Servings Prep Time
20 piece 20 minutes
Passive Time
120 minutes
Fruit and Nut Salami
Fruit and Nut Salami
Print Recipe
 A delicious fruit salami made from dried figs, dates, sultanas and apricots and studded with toasted pistachios and almonds, without any additives or sugar making it a healthy and perfect sweet treat for kids as well as adults.
Servings Prep Time
20 piece 20 minutes
Passive Time
120 minutes
Servings Prep Time
20 piece 20 minutes
Passive Time
120 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: piece
Instructions
  1. Place the figs, cinnamon and vanilla in the food processor and process to get a sticky paste.
  2. Remove the paste to a bowl and mix the rest of the dried fruits and mix them properly until thoroughly combined.
  3. Place the mixture in a baking paper and give a log shape to it working with your hands.
  4. Tightly roll up the salami with the paper in a neat cylindrical shape, secure the ends by twisting them.
  5. Chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours before slicing into rounds.
  6. Store them in the refrigerator.
Recipe Notes

This is a sponsored post and the opinions are 100% mine.

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