Easy as Tuna Dip

I rarely buy canned food, but tuna is an exception. I can not resist a fillet of tuna in olive oil. I like it on a piece of bread, in tomato sauce, as a salad or just eat it with a fork at the kitchen counter right out of the tin. If you think canned tuna is some kind of fast food, then you’re wrong. With a few capers and mayonnaise, you can create a heavenly dip that everyone will die for. The baguette is made by the talented Katharina, at Besondersgut.


Ingredients for 24 cm Springform: 200 g flour 200 g dark chocolate (72%) 200 g butter, soft 150 g sugar 150 g caster sugar 8 eggs, separated 2 teaspoons vanilla extract ½ tsp baking powder Filling and chocolate glaze: ca. 200 g apricot jam 15 ml...


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