5-minute Tuna Dip to nicely and deliciously surprise your family and guests. A great and surprisingly tasty tuna dip appetizer to perfectly complete a party table.
I adore dips. Either with crab, tuna, or humus, dips are great life-savings especially when you party. It is such a hearty and at the same time so delicious and flavorful snack that you will want to have it more and more. Some crackers to dive into the tuna dip and to savour such a special, but rustic at the same time appetizer.
I love tuna. Either steak or canned and if prepared correctly and juicily, then you will turn a tuna dish into smoothing magic. Canned tuna infused with some cream cheese, onion, and come capers will make your dip taste unbelievable.
These easy and quick dip recipes will always save you much time and effort. This is a great appetizer for a hungry crowd. Sometimes an easy recipe can turn out to be so delicious and truly praiseful. There are kinds of very sophisticated recipes that won’t gain so many compliments as a simple canned tuna dip.
It can be easily served with some crostini, topped on a slice of bread, or crackers – you choose how to enjoy this delicious tuna appetizer.
Tuna is usually an expensive piece of fish. So why not make canned tuna be so flavorful and tasty, and with less money?. And if I say easy, then it is really easy to make and assemble.
Let’s see if tuna canned is healthy to eat and how to make tuna dip.
Is canned tuna healthy?
Tuna is high in proteins and almost has no fat. Either canned or fresh tuna maintains these healthy properties and it is really important not to avoid this kind of fish. Even though many say it contains a lot of mercury (a heavy metal) if eaten in adequate proportions then it will not harm yourself. Canned tuna has a good source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
My daughter adores pasta with canned tuna. She can eat this kind of dish every day :)…
What mixes well with canned tuna?
Canned tuna mixes well with many ingredients. It is such a versatile ingredient that you can only make it taste better and tastier adding any other ingredient.
For example pasta pairs well with tuna. Red onion is one of the best partners to tuna. I adore pizza made with tuna, red onion, and cappers.
Avocado is also a great duo partner with canned tuna, especially topped on grilled bread and served with some white wine.
I think that canned tuna pairs well with many other ingredients and make one of the best combinations that should be tested at least once.
What can you mix with tuna besides Mayo?
Canned tuna can be mixed with cream cheese, oil-based dressing, Dijon mustard, some lemon juice, and of course mayo. For today I have mixed both mayo with cream cheese and have to say that it was fabulous.
How to make canned tuna dip?
For today I have made a dip for 4-5 people. I adore tuna dip, but because it is really hearty and satisfying, I adore it in small quantities. This is an appetizer, so we should not forget about the main course. Dips are great as snacks when I make parties, but besides these snacks, I make other more delicious dishes to enjoy. So, it depends on you how you want to serve it and how many people.
- 2-3 small-size canned tuna
- ½ cup of mayo
- ½ cup of cream cheese
- ½ cup of capers
- 1-2 cloves of garlic
- 1 shallot
- Some lemon juice
- Crackers for dipping into the great tuna appetizer
Simple and easy.
Take a hand blender and add all the ingredients.
Blend about 2-3 minutes until you obtain a thick consistency, but not too liquid. It should look like a thick tuna salad with the creamy dressing.
Take you most beloved crackers and dip into that great tuna appetizer.
Easy and quick. No mess, no much effort and much time wasted. I simply adore making dips and savouring them.
I hope that I have conquered your hearts with this easy recipe to enjoy any busy evening.
Canned Tuna Dip Appetizer
- hand blender
- 3 canned tuna
- 1/2 cup mayo
- 1/2 cup cream cheese
- 1/2 cup capers
- 1 clove of garlic
- 1 shallot
- lemon juice
- Take a hand blender and add all the ingredients.
- Blend about 2-3 minutes until you obtain a thick consistency, but not too liquid. It should look like a thick tuna salad with the creamy dressing.
- Take crackers and dip into that great tuna appetizer.