Greek Tzatziki Sauce
A very appetizing, savory sauce that is almost always served with kebabs. It can also be served with baked potatoes, any meats, and is surprisingly refreshing as a dip for vegetables!!
BEST TIPS FOR MAKING TZATZIKI SAUCE
Make sure your grated cucumber is well-drained. If you have time, you can drain it in a fine-mesh sieve overnight.
If you’re in a rush, you can use your hands to squeeze the liquid out of the cucumber.
The longer the garlic rests in the yogurt, the less sharp bite it will have, and the better it will taste.
For best results, combine all of the ingredients except for the cucumber and dill, then let it rest overnight in the fridge while your cucumber is draining.
Add the dill at the last minute so it doesn’t overwhelm the rest of the flavors.
Hope these tips come in handy when you try making your next greek tzatziki sauce.
This is so tangy and delicious; perfect spread over some warm bread!
Of course, this Greek sauce is a great Gyro sauce.
So, Let's get to the making of THE Greek Tzatziki Sauce.
GREEK TZATZIKI SAUCE
Total Time: 15 minutes Cuisine: Greek Author: Aaisha
300 g strained greek yogurt
1/3 clove(s) of garlic
3 tablespoon(s) vinegar
1/4 bunch dill, finely chopped (optional)
2 tablespoon(s) olive oil
1 pinch salt
Peel the cucumber and grate with a cheese grater, using the large blades.
Put in a bowl. Add a pinch of salt and 1 tablespoon of white vinegar. Toss and set aside to release its liquid.
In the meantime, combine the yogurt, 1/3 of garlic clove (minced), 2 tablespoons white vinegar, and 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Mix until combined.
Mix until it is combined and creamy.
Squeeze the cucumber with your hands to release any remaining liquid. Discard the liquid and add the cucumber to the yogurt mixture.
Stir into mixture. Add pepper and adjust salt according to taste.
Add some finely chopped dill and your sauce is ready.
Refrigerate until needed.
Serve it with some carrots, peppers, cucumber, and Greek Chicken Gyros!
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