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I've made this a few times and have it dialed in to my family's taste.

 

I made it at Thanksgiving to rave reviews and requests for a Christmas snack.

 

Braving humid Christmas Eve Thunderstorms :-o ...off we go.

 

I started with 1.5lbs of Tuna from Kroger.

They don't always have it in the case, but I've found that if I ask, they'll have it in the back.

 

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Got the Akorn going with some Pecan and Hickory.

 

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Tuna ready for the grill with just salt and pepper.

 

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Time for a refreshment.

 

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3 teaspoons of Worcestishire

1.5 teaspoons of garlic powder

1.5 teaspoons of salt

A few dashes of Trappey's hot sauce

Couple of dashes of Paprika.

Mixed this together.

 

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Pulled the Tuna after 45 minutes at 225 degrees.

 

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Broke up by hand into dime to nickel size pieces.

 

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Let cool, then spoon mix with spices.

 

I then squeezed 1/2 of a fresh lemon and added 1 cup of Mayonnaise. (I used Kraft...Dukes would be fine too.)

 

Mixed this up and added 1/2 cup more of Mayo and 1/2 cup of Sour Cream.

 

*I have used cream cheese instead of mayo, but I prefer the mayo because it doesn't break up the tuna so bad in mixing.

 

Finished product:

 

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Serve with crackers or tortilla chips and diced jalapenos.

 

 

 

 

 

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I've made this a few times and have it dialed in to my family's taste.

I made it at Thanksgiving to rave reviews and requests for a Christmas snack.

Braving humid Christmas Eve Thunderstorms :-o ...off we go.

I started with 1.5lbs of Tuna from Kroger.

They don't always have it in the case, but I've found that if I ask, they'll have it in the back.

attachicon.gifTD2.JPG

Got the Akorn going with some Pecan and Hickory.

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Tuna ready for the grill with just salt and pepper.

attachicon.gifTD3.JPG

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Time for a refreshment.

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3 teaspoons of Worcestishire

1.5 teaspoons of garlic powder

1.5 teaspoons of salt

A few dashes of Trappey's hot sauce

Couple of dashes of Paprika.

Mixed this together.

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Pulled the Tuna after 45 minutes at 225 degrees.

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Broke up by hand into dime to nickel size pieces.

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Let cool, then spoon mix with spices.

I then squeezed 1/2 of a fresh lemon and added 1 cup of Mayonnaise. (I used Kraft...Dukes would be fine too.)

Mixed this up and added 1/2 cup more of Mayo and 1/2 cup of Sour Cream.

*I have used cream cheese instead of mayo, but I prefer the mayo because it doesn't break up the tuna so bad in mixing.

Finished product:

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Serve with crackers or tortilla chips and diced jalapenos.

That is some beautiful looking tuna. Do you live in Hawaii?

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I've made this a few times and have it dialed in to my family's taste.

I made it at Thanksgiving to rave reviews and requests for a Christmas snack.

Braving humid Christmas Eve Thunderstorms :-o ...off we go.

I started with 1.5lbs of Tuna from Kroger.

They don't always have it in the case, but I've found that if I ask, they'll have it in the back.

attachicon.gifTD2.JPG

Got the Akorn going with some Pecan and Hickory.

attachicon.gifTD1.JPG

Tuna ready for the grill with just salt and pepper.

attachicon.gifTD3.JPG

attachicon.gifTD4.JPG

Time for a refreshment.

attachicon.gifTD5.JPG

3 teaspoons of Worcestishire

1.5 teaspoons of garlic powder

1.5 teaspoons of salt

A few dashes of Trappey's hot sauce

Couple of dashes of Paprika.

Mixed this together.

attachicon.gifTD8.JPG

Pulled the Tuna after 45 minutes at 225 degrees.

attachicon.gifTD6.JPG

Broke up by hand into dime to nickel size pieces.

attachicon.gifTD7.JPG

Let cool, then spoon mix with spices.

I then squeezed 1/2 of a fresh lemon and added 1 cup of Mayonnaise. (I used Kraft...Dukes would be fine too.)

Mixed this up and added 1/2 cup more of Mayo and 1/2 cup of Sour Cream.

*I have used cream cheese instead of mayo, but I prefer the mayo because it doesn't break up the tuna so bad in mixing.

Finished product:

attachicon.gifTD9.JPG

Serve with crackers or tortilla chips and diced jalapenos.

That is some beautiful looking tuna. Do you live in Hawaii?

No....Georgia.

Kroger carries this tuna.

It comes in individual frozen vacuum sealed packages.

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I went the cream cheese route as mentioned in the original post. It turned out outstanding. I went to a party and someone else brought a salmon dip. Needless to say this one was gone and the salmon went nearly untouched.

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