Listed below are great salami recipes.
Source: Save the Deli
The Nosher’s Guide to Salami in Jewish Living
BBQ Grilled Salami
Layers of thin slices of Kosher salami are grilled over charcoal, arranged on a chewy bakery bun, and topped with BBQ sauce.
One slice each of three types of beef salami, plus one slice of bologna, are pressed on an iron grill, layered on a crusty cornmeal roll, pressed flat, and served with mustard.
Thick-cut salami is grilled and topped with fried onions, pickles, and deli mustard on a toasted sesame bun.
2. Mustard-Apricot Glazed Salami
Cut long diagonal slices 3/4 inches apart along the side of a salami (not cutting more than 3/4of the way through). Turn and cut across the slices, forming a checkerboard. Whisk together 1/2 cup apricot preserves, 3 tablespoons mustard, and 2 tablespoons water until smooth. Spread half over salami and bake in a small glass dish at 350F for 30 minutes, basting every 20 minutes with the remaining sauce until glazed and golden, about 1 hour longer.
3. Salami-Tapenade Tea Sandwiches
Spread one side of each of 4 slices of thin sandwich bread with 2 teaspoons green or black tapenade. Cover spread with thin slices salami and top with a slice of plain bread. Press gently, cut off the crusts, and cut diagonally into quarters.
The Nosher’s Guide to Salami
The Salami Line-Up
4. Salami on a Stick
Going camping? Skewer a whole salami and roast over a campfire, being careful to hold it away from the center of the flames so it browns slowly until the outside is crisp and golden.
5. Brown-Sugar Salami Chips
Arrange one layer of thin salami slices on a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake at 325F until edges are crisp, about 30 minutes. Remove from parchment and blot dry on paper towels. Combine 3 tablespoons dark brown sugar and 1 tablespoon water in a large, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave about 30 seconds until bubbly. Add chips, stir gently, and return them to the oven on a fresh sheet of parchment to bake 3 to 4 minutes at 300F.