Tzatziki Sauce -Yogurt and Cucumber Dip
Ingredients10 h 15 m servings 20 cals
- Line a colander with two layers of cheesecloth and place it over a bowl. Place yogurt on the cheesecloth and cover the colander with plastic wrap. Allow yogurt to drain, 8 hours to overnight.
- Place grated cucumber in a fine mesh strainer; allow to drain 1 to 2 hours.
- Mix yogurt, cucumber, dill, lemon juice, garlic, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Refrigerate for flavors to blend, at least 2 hours.
Per Serving: 20 calories; 0.5 g fat; 2.5 g carbohydrates; 1.6 g protein; 2 mg cholesterol; 20 mg sodium. Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 25
Easy and delicious. I used Greek yogurt and didn't strain it. I chopped up the cucumber and put it in our metal coffee filter with a sprinkling of sea salt, let it sit for about 20 - 30 minute...
This turned out excellent! I haven't made tzatziki before, looking forward to making this again! Don't forget the salt and pepper to taste.
This was delicious. I used Greek yogurt so I didn't need to strain the yogurt, only the shredded cucumber. I added just a pinch of mint at the end. This was also delicious on fish/shrimp taco...
OMG, this is addicting! Couple of changes. Used Greek yogurt (no straining needed) and used about 1 tsp of garlic salt instead of fresh garlic and salt, only because we are not fans of raw gar...
Delicious. I have made it eith greek yogurt and normal yogurt and both are great. I omittted the dill because I didn't have any. We love this with the spinach and feta turkey burgers from this s...
Just have to watch the liquid from the cucumbers, can get awfully wet if not squeezed and drained enough. Some of it may come from the fact that we used our own garden cucumbers. Extremely fresh
Really good on gyros. I'll definitely make it again. I loved dill, so I tried this recipe over others that use mint. I didn't make any major changes: I used Turkish yogurt, and didn't drain i...