Tuna & Caper Cream Cheese Dip

Prep Time:5 mins, Cook Time: 0 mins, Total Time: 5 mins

May 6, 2013

And here’s another fishy dip dip, my ever-so-popular made-in-minutes Tuna & Caper Dip, which I stole in idea from my big brother Julian. Again it’s wonderful in sandwiches or on crostini too. And no blitzing required, just a stirring of creme cheese, tuna, capers, parsley, lemon zest and juice and black pepper. So so simple, and perfect for impromptu drinks parties.

And they’re not just for the grown up folk. My kids love these ‘fishy dippy dip dips’, and dips are a fine (and manipulative) way to get your kids eating more raw veggies and lots of them. Namely carrot, pepper, celery and cucumber strips. So along with my faithful hummus I make dips pretty frequently at Chez Foti. For more baby and toddler-friendly dippy ideas please do bob over to a blog I wrote last year: A Trip of Dips for Babies & Toddlers.

Since there’s parsley involved I shall be entering my blog to Lavender & Lovage’s Herbs on Saturday challenge, this month hosted by Anneli over at Delicieux

The Good Stuff:

Tuna, Parsley, Lemon



Great For:

Parties, Drinks and Nibbles, Starters, Picnics, Kids, Finger Foods, Grown Ups, Sandwiches, Crostini Toppings







Tuna & Caper Cream Cheese Dip

Ingredients Prep Time:5 mins, Cook Time: 0 mins, Total Time: 5 mins

a 185g tin of Tuna, drained

150g of Cream Cheese, full fat, light, or extra light

a tablespoon of Capers, drained and rinsed

the zest of a Lemon plus a squeeze or two of juice to taste

a heaped tablespoon of chopped Parsley

a large pinch of coarsely ground Black Pepper

1) Combine all the ingredients in a bowl

2) Taste and season with more black pepper and/or lemon juice. Eat. So so easy.

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