Herbed White-Bean and Tuna Dip

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

From my favorite online newspaper, the New York Daily News. The food columnist suggests serving this dip with an assortment of crudites - celery, carrot, broccoli and cherry tomatoes.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Puree garlic cloves in a food processor.
  2. Add all other ingredients except the oil and process until combined.
  3. Add the oil and process until smooth, for a few more seconds.
Most Helpful

Really good stuff! Very easy to make and even easier to eat. I made it to recipe and served it with fresh pitas. Yum.

Vina April 13, 2004

This was really easy to make and even easier to eat...great combo of flavours ... used pita wedges for dipping ... kind of reminded me of a kinder, gentler hummus.

FEPO March 04, 2004

I absolutely loved this! Great flavors from great ingredients. AND it can be made without a food processor! I used my plastic cutting board, wooden spatula and alot of elbow grease, and got it to a wonderful smooth, "dip-like" consistancy. I used just a drizzle of olive oil, as I've been trying cut cut out any extra fat or calories. I thought it was just right! I, used my leftovers on whole weat pitas for lunch.

Kozmic Blues September 15, 2003