Savoury Tuna Pate

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This tuna recipe is definitely one of the simplest things you can do with our tuna fish, but fortunately it’s also one of the tastiest. In about two minutes you can create a dish of nicely spicy, gloriously savoury tuna pate with lots of delicious possibilities. Spread it on plain or hot buttered toast for a great snack or starter, or on crispbread or crackers if you’re weight watching. Add a little side salad of rocket leaves, tomatoes, radishes and red onions to make things more colourful. Alternatively, you can also serve it as a chunky, savoury dip, with breadsticks, or sliced cucumbers.


  • 1 110g No Drain Fridge Pot Tuna Steak with a little spring water
  • 125g of your favourite cream cheese
  • 1/2 clove of garlic
  • 1 tsp chilli powder

Step 1

This tuna pate recipe is so quick and easy it virtually makes itself. And because it uses John West No Drain Tuna straight from a convenient fridge pot, there’s less fuss and mess too. In a bowl, mix your tuna, with the peeled and finely chopped garlic clove, cream cheese and chilli powder. Season with a little salt and pepper to taste. That’s all there is to this delicious tuna pate. Get stuck in immediately, or if you want to serve it chilled, refrigerate for a couple of hours.

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