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Made as directed except manufacturers don't make tuna in the 6 oz can now. Because of the smaller can (5 oz), I decreased the liquid smoke by 1 tablespoon. I let it marinate for about 2 hours then completed the last steps. We found the liquid smoke to be overpowering. I think next time I will do 2 tablespoons and see where that takes me. Still, overall this is a good, inexpensive dip. Thanks for sharing.
SO SO SO GOOD! Used albacore in water, so drained, put all in food processor with extra virgin olive oil (as recipe calls for tuna in oil, probably for texture), used Tony Chachere's (it's a staple for me) instead of Mrs. Dash, blended til smooth, and served it with Kashi crackers and ALL of my guests just ate it up!! Reminds me of what I get at my favorite seafood market in Destin, Florida! Thank you! I will be making this FOREVER!
Great recipe, I used smoked tuna in a pouch, so I only used 1 tablespoon of liquid smoke. So very easy.
I made this after forgetting to make something big the night before, I AM GLAD This is truly delicious, I am glad I had forgotten ! Add a little bit of lemon juice and its even better
Very good! I made this for my family 4th of July gathering, even the children liked it. I added 4 oz. of cream cheese, made it nice and creamy. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was very good. I used 1 can of tuna, 1 tblsp. liquid smoke, 1 tblsp. Mrs. Dash and about 2 tblsp. of light mayo. This is an excellent way to get a good dose of protein and is easy to make.
I too am a huge fan of this dip. I had it for the first time at The Back Porch restaurant in Destin, FL. I have since been trying to find a comparable recipe. I recently made this for a party and friends say it's even better than what we had in Destin. I used the tuna pouches (smoked and lemon pepper flavored) and I also reduced the amound of liquid smoke flavor. I squeeze fresh lemon and lime over before serving. I think it's a matter of personal preference. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
My family loved this recipe. We had smoked tuna dip at a restaurant in Destin,Florida. This is the only recipe I've found that even comes close. The only change I made was, I didn't use as much liquid smoke as called for.