Recipe by SJ_TULL
"This creamy, colorful dip is a great recipe for unexpected guests or any type of gathering. Use low fat cream cheese, if desired. Adjust the quantity and heat level of salsa to taste. Serve with crackers or mini bagel chips."
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1 (6 ounce) can
chunk light tuna in water, drained
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
omg this is fantastic! I made this for a gathering with the girls later and my husband was my taste tester and he wants it all!!! I didn't have salsa so I subsituted with Picante Sauce and it's just grand
This was really disappointing. I thought the flavours would be great together, but they weren't. I can't quite put my finger on what was wrong though.
I've made this recipe for years but instead of putting salsa I usually use the jalapeño juice from the can and I also cut some jalapeños and toss them in....it's fabulous and very easy to make!
Got mixed reviews on this one. My sis in law loved the creaminess, the rest my sister found it so so. Not likely to prepare it again, not much of a tune dip fan.
I love this simple and tasty tuna dip! It goes well with pretzels, buttery crackers, pita chips, or you can top thin slices of french bread with it and throw on a slice of cucumber! :) Make sure you use a saucy salsa that you love. We use a chunky hot salsa w/ plenty of tomato sauciness to it. This is one of my go-to quick snack recipes since we always have the ingredients on hand. Sometimes, I'll toss in minced onion or parsley flakes or fresh minced red onion to change it up. Thanks for this delightful dip! :)
Very good! Very easy!
Thanks Joanne! I used to order an appetizer similar to this at a restaurant where I used to live. I moved two years ago and have not seen it since. I have tried half a dozen times to make it with no success. I was so thrilled to find this recipe, I made it and it was yummy! I love spicy food so next time I make it I will use HOT salsa.
I made this recipe but omitted the salsa. Tastes really good with just the tuna and cream cheese.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tuna Dip II
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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