Saturday, July 2, 2011

Dijon-Thyme for something new

I had a bit of car time today, what with driving to the beach, then downtown San Diego, and back, and I did some serious magazine reading (I'm so intellectual, I know). I saw a recipe I wanted to try, and thought it would be super simple, as I already had all the ingredients, of which there were only 3.

Salami Chips with Dijon-Thyme dip

Obviously, the required ingredients are salami, dijon, and thyme. I also used black pepper, but I honestly didn't taste it, so don't bother.

Lay your salami on a baking sheet, and bake in a 350 F oven for 12-15 minutes, or until crispy.

Meanwhile, mix a little dijon, thyme, and pepper (if you want). When I say little, I mean very little, because it's really strong, so each chip hardly uses any. 

 Here are what the crispy salamis look like.
 Husband tasting.
They were good. Interesting. Even the slightest bit too much dip totally overpowered the salami. I know it's kind of stupid to post a recipe that didn't wow me, but maybe one of you will try it and add something that totally improves upon the original recipe! Maybe half mayo, half dijon would tame it a bit?

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