Saturday, December 26, 2009


Salami Rolls have been made for the Holidays by my family for many years. My husband made them for our family this year to share and enjoy.

1.75 lb Molinari Salami or your choice of a dry salami
8 oz block of softened Cream Cheese
4 Tbsp Mayonnaise
2 fresh sour dough baguettes

Take the outside peel off the salami and cut up to grind (see photo) by a hand grinder like ours or an electric grinder that is meant for grinding salami.

Put in a large bowl and by hand mix it with one softened block of Cream Cheese and 4 Tbsp of Mayonnaise. My husband made a happy face in it just for my photo.

Cut each baguette in 4 pieces and remove the bread (save the bread to use as you wish)

Stuff each section with the Salami mixture (you may end up with more rolls than Salami mixture).

Wrap each Salami Roll with foil, place them in Ziploc storage bags so that they can lay flat and refrigerate overnight to set. Slice to serve the next day. They will stay good in the refrigerator for about one week. Best if eaten within a day or two.



  1. This is a wonderful post. The photos are great. My family enjoyed these for Christmas Day as well.

  2. Thank you for your comments. I am glad that your family enjoyed them as well. These are a yummy holiday tradition.

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  4. Ooh how clever filling up baguettes! At first I thought it was a Muffuletta but this is so creatively different! Thanks for sharing it :D

  5. My husband and I changed this recipe and use the baguettes instead of Sour Dough Rolls. This is a delicious recipe and not a lot of work. When I was young we had this at my Grandmother's home every Thanksgiving, with a special bowl of punch (1 bottle of Brut or Pink Champagne, a 2 liter bottle of gingerale or 7-Up (your preference) and a 1/2 gallon block of Raspberry Sherbert floating that created a pink foam). Let me know if your try the salami rolls and how you like them. What is a Muffuletta?