Spicy Salami Spread (Nduja)
I'm not saying this spicy salami spread is as good as traditional nduja, but it does take about 3 months' less time to make while still delivering most of the characteristics that make the Calabrian delicacy so amazing. And just in case you're not familiar with nduja, a few of those characteristics are a rich, spicy, super-savory flavor, and soft, luxurious texture. Present as a self-serve spread next to toasted bread or top with herbs for a crostini appetizer.
You can substitute bacon for the pancetta, but since bacon is smoked, your final product will taste significantly different.
Any decent Italian market should carry the oil-packed Calabrian chilies, but if that doesn't work, you can find them online as well. Or use another spicy, jarred pepper product like sambal, or simply use fresh hot chilies like Fresno, or cherry peppers. If it's spicy, and it's a pepper, it will work.
I used soppressata and Calabrese salami, though any salami will work here.