Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Tuna Fish Dip...

Dips are handy when you are entertaining and don't feel like cooking anything fancy. As long as you have lots of toasted pita bread, poppadums, crackers, chips etc. you're fine.  And...may I add that hotter the dip the more everybody will drink and be merry!! This tuna fish dip recipe I would like to share with you today was given to me by Marathon Oil Company manager down in Sfax, Tunisia a few decades ago!
You will need:Serves many,
-  500 gms of tuna fish in oil or water.  Keep oil or water.
-  1 big onion.
-  3 cloves of garlic.
-  3 Tbsp. Olive oil.
-  2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice.
-  2 Tbsp. Balsamic paste to taste.
-  ½ Chili pepper.
-  2 dashes Worcestershire sauce (Lea & Perrins Brand).
-   4 Tbsp. mustard mayonnaise (Maille brand)
-   ¼ cup hazel nuts.
-  Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
Method:
- Combine all the above in the mixing bowl of your vertical hand mixer and liquify the lot.
-  The consistency must be thick but soft enough to pick up with a poppadum.
-  Taste then regulate as per your taste.
-  It too liquid then add more strained tuna.
Enjoy but don't drink too much because you have to attend to your guests!!
Stelio
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