Slow Baked Salami Appetizer in Duck Sauce

Hi Everyone!  So we are getting closer to Thanksgiving and I wanted to post some great recipes this month that I make for my family during the holidays.  We all traditionally celebrate Thanksgiving every year at Katie and Matt’s house and it is so much fun.  One of our Thanksgiving traditions is to start serving appetizers around 11 am. We make tons of great appetizers and set them out throughout the day, drink, eat, watch the Thanksgiving Day parade and football, cook our Thanksgiving dinner, and have the best time with family.  My friend Heather introduced me to this recipe a few years ago and I make it all the time.  It’s so easy and so delicious!!!  Here’s how it goes:

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Ingredients:

Hebrew National Beef Salami

Duck Sauce

Serve with Spicy or Honey Mustard, Melba toast, Bagel Crisps, or crackers

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Place in the oven at 325 Degrees Fahrenheit for the first 30 minutes.

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Increase the temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Continue to baste the salami with duck sauce every 30 minutes until it has cooked for a total of 2 – 2 1/2 hours.  The longer you cook the more crispy the skin becomes.
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Serve with a side of spicy or honey mustard and melba toast, pumpernickel toast, crackers, or bagel chips (whatever you like).

This is an easy and delicious appetizer.  Everyone always loves it and I promise no matter how much you make, it will be gone and fast!  Happy cooking everyone!

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