Monday, August 27, 2012

Tuna and Philadelphia.

This recipe is SO simple that I'm almost ashamed to post it !

I serve it when I make tapenade and anchoïade, with bread and crudités.

In france, I use a cheese called "Saint Moret", but I suppose you can easily use philadelphia.

So, here what you'll need :

  • 300 grammes of philadelphia
  • 400 grammes of tuna in can
  • A fork ...

Step 1 :
Pour the cheese in a bowl with tuna.

Step 2 : 
Come off the tuna with the fork and mix it with the cheese...

...until it's combined.

Step 3 : Eat it !

This is so easy, don't you think ?

But you'll be surprised how much it's good. 
When we begin to eat that, we can't stop until the plate is empty.

We used to eat it with bread and crudités or just with a spoon ... !

You can also add (it's up to your choices) : lemon, garlic, basil, chives...etc ...

But, in my family, we like it this way ;)


  1. I might just have that for dinner! The tuna with a glass of wine and some crackers would be just perfect for this hot August night....

    1. For us, it was a glass of rosé ;)
      WOuld you accept to tell me if you liked it ? And if you have any suggestions.

  2. This is genius! I love tuna, love cream cheese - never thought to combine them :-) The final photo is so inviting.

    I'm really enjoying your bog; thanks for the recipes and ideas.

    1. Susan, thank you so much for your words. I'm discovering the difficulty of blogging and the "addiction" we can have regarding comments ;)