6 Reviews

I didn't have any nuts nor cucumbers but it was still delicious ! The taste DOES get much better over time except it's hard to keep this dish in the fridge very long.

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nrg1 November 23, 2008

Great spread! I cut dark wheat bread into quarters. I used walnuts. Yummy!

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Sharon123 June 26, 2007

Very good dip! I skipped the nuts and don't do mayo, so I substituted greek yogurt without any difficulties. Worked just fine. I didn't even bother forming it into a loaf - served this in a dip bowl with a cheese knife for spreading. I'm dieting at the moment so I dipped cucumbers and celery into mine-YUM! I will try this next time with canned crabmeat, as one of the other reviewers suggested. I think that would be great too! Regardless, this tasted sooooooooo good! Made for ZWT III 2007.

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Shannon Cooks June 22, 2007

I loved this with rye crackers. Rather than shape it into a log, I packed it into several small ramekins to make single servings. I'm sure I'll be making this again. Thanks, Dawnie!

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Aunt Cookie October 17, 2006

Put a little twist to it and used canned crab. Turned out great!

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Chef CindyLu August 25, 2006

Wow! Was this ever good and a nice change of pace dip from the usual ones you find. Great combination of flavors. The capers gave it a nice tang and nuts a nice crunch to it. This is a winner for sure. The only thing wrong was we should have doubled the recipe. Thanks for sharing this, Dawnie2u.

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Merlot July 28, 2006
Tuna Spread With Capers