|Pates & Terrines|
|by Fiona Smith|
From stylish appetizers and entrees to simple snacks for parties or picnics, there is a pate or terrine to suit every taste and every occasion.
Results 1 - 10 of 28 for tuna pate
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In Cuisinart or ... scallions and dill. Add tuna fish, juice of lemon and mayonnaise. Mix well. Add cottage cheese and blend well. Chill for at least 3 hours.
Blend tuna with oil in ... aluminum foil; use enough foil to seal the loaf. Put loaf into pan, seal, and bake at 375 degrees for 1 hour. Serve hot or cold.
Cream cream cheese well. Add remaining ingredients except tuna and mix well. ... or mold. Chill several hours. Unmold onto plate. Surround with crackers.
Drain the tuna and break into ... variety, 2 medium size jars of cocktail onions, drained, or sliced radishes or chopped green onions may be added. Serves 6-8.
Combine tuna, cream cheese, onions, salt and Tabasco sauce; mix well. Mount onto cracker. Shape into pyramids with edge of knife or spatula.
Combine tuna, cream cheese, onion, salt, and Tabasco sauce; mix well. Mound onto cracker; shape into pyramids with edges of knife or spatula.
Use food processor with steel blade. Chop onion and parsley until fine. Add tuna, then cottage cheese. Lastly add melted butter and lemon juice.
With electric mixer, ... fluffy. Fold in tuna, chilies, chilies liquid, cheddar cheese, ... onion. Cover and refrigerate 2-3 hours. Serve with crackers.
Blend cream cheese, ... Worcestershire sauce and parsley. Add tuna fish and mix well. Heap into a bowl or make into a ball. Serve with relish and crackers.
Fry bacon until ... the cream cheese, tuna, wine, lemon ... prepared mold; unmold immediately onto lettuce-lined plate. Serve with crackers or raw vegetables.
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