Easy Baked Salami Chips Served with Mustard

For game day or an easy appetizer, serve delicious Easy Baked Salami Chips with your favorite varieties of mustard! Super yummy on a charcuterie board! Watch the VIDEO!

Easy Baked Salami Chips Served with Mustard

If you love baked chips, or even Baked Sweet Potato Chips, then you’ll love these crisp Baked Salami Chips!

Baked Salami Chips

One thing I love about weekend parties is serving an appetizer that our guests will love, like this Easy Baked Salami Chips Served with Mustard appetizer!

This recipe is fabulous served on an epic charcuterie board or charcuterie/cheese boards, too. Any season, they are so good. But especially fall, for tailgating season or falltime parties. You may also like Pickled Green Bean Salami Rolls, too!

Easy Appetizer Recipes

Some more easy appetize recipes your guests may enjoy are my Easy Meatball Crostini Appetizer, or Goat Cheese Apricot Jam, or Antipasto Appetizer Squares and Easy Ham and Dill Pickle Appetizer Bites. So good!

How do you make baked salami chips?

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Lay salami pieces out on a baking stone or sheet.
  3. Bake and remove from oven and allow to cool.
  4. Place a paper towel over the salami pieces to soak up the oils.
  5. Allow the salami pieces to cool. Stack together and place in a bowl and serve with a favorite mustard or dip.
  6. Perfect served on a charcuterie board!

Thanksgiving Colors Target Accessories

In my home, I’m drawn to design and the colors of fall. And I really delight in contrast.

I like gold, wood and light, blacks and browns, textures and bright funky patterns – and then silver and gold.

Thanksgiving Colors Target Accessories

Mixing up old (my Grandmas’s piano and an old Duncan Fife table) and birds and pears and pumpkins and candles.

Thanksgiving colors home decor

My home reflects that I am in love with the colors of fall. :)

Fall Colors

A welcoming piece when you walk in the front door.

Welcome! Colors of Fall

Mostly I like to sit in our front room with friends, and enjoy a glass of wine and simple appetizer.

We keep things simple and we don’t worry much about the extra fluff – you know, the details.

A fun time of sharing with others, and practicing hospitality, comes from the heart and soul.

Salami Chips

It’s about getting to know the people who are an arm’s length away, in a deeper way.

Having your guests leave your home feeling better than when they came.

It’s about love, attitude, fortitude, strength, honesty, and integrity.

Easy Baked Salami Chips

Communing with others is nothing to take lightly. It goes deep into our souls and gives us the courage to reach out and to be givers in our God-created life.

Easy Baked Salami Chips Served with Mustard

So now, back to the appetizer.

I learned this little trick awhile back, and it’s always a hit now at dinner parties.

Baked Salami Chips

Have you ever made Salami Chips? Easy!

They are crisp, tasty, salty (yum), and full of flavor. Dip them into your favorite dip or mustard and ENJOY!

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Baked Salami Chips

Serve with your favorite dip or dipping sauce!
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time12 mins

Ingredients

  • 2 packages thin salami slices

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Lay salami pieces out on a baking stone or sheet.
  • Bake for 10-12 minutes, or until cooked. The baking sheet will heat up with each batch, so you may need to decrease baking time.
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes. Place a paper towel over the salami pieces to soak up the oils.
  • Allow the salami pieces to cool. Stack together and place in a bowl and serve with a favorite mustard or dip.

Video

BEST EVER Baked Salami Chips

26 comments on “Easy Baked Salami Chips Served with Mustard”

  1. IF there are left over salami chips, how should I store them? 

  2. Where are the recipes for the mustard dips?

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  9. Beautiful photos of the leaves, and I especially like the photo of the piano by the window. Love salami and I can only imagine how good they are when crunchy like chips :).

  10. HOLY YUM! These look so amazing, Sandy!

  11. I LOVE SALAMI. These would probably never make it to the table. I will have to try these

  12. These sound so addictive, salty is always good with me :)

  13. These sound awesome! And you know me…it would be impossible to choose just one part of the meal that’s my favorite, I love it ALL! :)

  14. Love this so much!! I’m making these soon! :)

  15. I LOVE the colors of Fall. Your home looks so pretty and I love the simple decorating ideas you share with us. As far as entertaining goes, I would say my favorite part is serving my friends the dessert:-)

  16. Mmmmm….. I love baked salami chips!! I have company coming this weekend and definitely need to whip these up!

  17. I’ve never even heard of such a thing, but I totally have to try this!!

  18. These look so good. I just happen to have some salami on hand so these will be on the list this week!!!!

  19. Oh Sandy! I love the colors in your home! Just beautiful! These Baked Salami Chips would be a hit here! BigBear would love them!

  20. I just bought salami the other day and then your post comes out……ummmmm are we related? Thanks Sandy. Look forward to trying and posting…..xoxoxo
    love,
    b†
    @Madreminutes.com

  21. WAHOOOOOOOO!!!!

    You know I’ve been waiting for these. :-) Making them pronto!

  22. Fall colors are the prettiest! And the salmi chips are amazing! What a great idea, Sandy!

  23. I totally want to try this! I’ve made crispy salami to top a salad before, but never thought about using it as a dipper!

    What kind of dips have been a hit with these in your house? I’m not sure what dip I would serve with it…

  24. I love fall colors, too! These baked salami chips are a fabulous appetizer – thanks for sharing! :)

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