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Garlic in Yoghurt may sound weird to many Indians but trust me when you taste it. This turns out to be my favorite dip of all time. Greek Tzatziki Dip features in all my parties and I love how easy it is to make it. You need minimum amount of ingredients and voila you are ready for your event. This dip goes well with crackers or baked bread (pita) served on a snacks platter. Greek Tzatziki Dip features in all greek mezze (platter) with hummus and other dips.

I use yoghurt made out of cow’s milk and thus you need to add salt to it. If you make this from Goat or Sheep’s milk, you won’t need to add salt to it. Remember to always keep it in the fridge before serving it as this makes the dip thicker and creamier.

Have you ever tried other dips made out of yoghurt? Let me know in the comments below.

 

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Greek Tzatziki Dip Yum
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
ml
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
ml
Instructions
  1. Remove the peel of the cucumber and grate it well. Squeeze the grated cucumber to remove the excess water. This will make the dip liquidy.
  2. In a bowl, add the yoghurt, salt. garlic, and grated cucumber. Mix them well and add the dill/mint leaves on top and the extra virgin olive oil. You don't need to use a blender or mixer for this. Just mix it with a spoon.
  3. Place this in the refrigerator if made in advance. This ensures that the cucumber doesn't release more water.
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1 Comment

Tandoori Cauliflower Fritters : Spice Trip with Paulami · March 19, 2020 at 7:15 pm

[…] right now, don’t have to run to the supermarket to get some. You can even make a simple Tzatziki  which is made with yoghurt and cucumber and if not with just ketchup works […]

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