Chilli tuna dip with dukkah

My good friend Mrs Munro trotted out this dip on Australia day for the cricket match picnic. I am not usually one for a fish dip (aka salmon mousse or the like) but she assured me and my little sis that it was good. REALLY good. Served up with some cut sourdough we took one scoop and were sold. DEAR GOD is it good. It could be the chilli oil, it could be the dukkah (OF COURSE IT’S THE DUKKAH) it could be the tuna. Who knows? All I DO know is that the stars align when these ingredients combine and you need to embrace it at your very next drinks function or pre dinner nibbles. Actually, just make it and keep it in the fridge and spread it on a wrap with some simple salad leaves for lunch. Just do it. Am I clear? Good. I believe that the original recipe is from Donna Hay.

Chilli tuna dip with Dukkah

1 block cream cheese (250 grams)
2 tins tuna in chilli oil
Juice of 1/2 a lemon
Salt & pepper
Dukkah

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1. Drain the oil from the tuna and set aside (you’ll need it later) and whack all ingredients into a food processor

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2. Blend for a few moments until all combined (a min or so)

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3. Spoon into a serving bowl, pour over the chilli oil and sprinkle generously with dukkah. You’re done. DEAD SET YOU ARE DONE.

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4. Serve with crackers, or sliced quality sourdough or baguette…anything to get it in your belly really.

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My little sister got back home after the Australia Day holiday and the first thing she did was whip this up. Yes, it was that good. And Mrs Munro is well worth a follow on Instagram for interesting crafty projects and legitimate country experiences (she is the real deal, I am but a mere show pony). Her user name is @mrsbmunro.

Are you a fan of a fish type dip?
Will you make this for me? Promise?

Comments

  1. Lisa Aherne says:

    On a caravan holiday but can and will whip this up in my rocket blender. Sounds awesome! Have followed Mrs Munro on Instagram too. Love craft and food ideas.

  2. Hmmm…. been wondering what to do with those little Sirena cans that are haunting my pantry. Do you have a brand of dukkah that you recommend please, Beth?

    • BabyMacBlogBeth says:

      I don’t have a specific one…I grabbed one in the supermarket. I believe it’s pretty easy to make…

  3. Juice of 1.2 lemons? I have no idea how to achieve that quantity

  4. Jay - Moodie Foodie says:

    Oh yum. That’s all I gotta say….

  5. Life Living says:

    Drooling…..

  6. Lisa Mckenzie says:

    This looks good and of course I will make this for you Beth x

  7. Need to buy food processor RIGHT NOW!

  8. Dannie Wallace says:

    Yum must try this with my YIAH flavour dukkahs ;-) Will see what spices i can try with this and will let you know how it goes soon x

  9. vacationbarbie05 says:

    For us Yanks up north….what is Dukkah? Looks like some sort of sesame seed, pine nut blend?

    • BabyMacBlogBeth says:

      Yes…it’s an egyptian blend I think (if you google you will get proper explanation) am certain you would be able to get your hands on it without too much trouble.

  10. Thank you (and thank YOU Mrs Munro), a really great recipe.

  11. Seriously my mouth just filled with saliva. Mr Smags will be all over this one.

  12. Seriously good! Straight to the recipe file for me x

  13. Yum! Jim made a huge batch of dukkah recently and I have been putting it on ERYTHANG

  14. Yum! Am making some treats this weekend for my dear mum’s birthday… A new dish has been included!

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