Authentic Greek Tzatziki Sauce Recipes

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WebTzatziki Instructions Rinse and finely chop the cucumber, or grate it using the coarse side of a grater. The skin adds color and texture …

Rating: 4.8/5(23)
Calories: 40 per servingCategory: Condiments

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WebStep 3: Mix the tzatziki sauce Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. For the best flavor, allow the Greek sauce to …

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Total Time: 15 minsCategory: Appetizer, Condiment, SideCalories: 50 per serving1. Grate the cucumber and optionally sprinkle with salt (this will help extract the excess liquid). Set aside for 10 minutes.I say that the salt is optional because the cucumber juice that you squeeze from the cucumber is delightful as a drink – but maybe not so much if it's salty!
2. Finely chop the dill and grate or mince the garlic. If you need help peeling garlic, I've tried and tested several methods previously.
3. Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
4. Store: If you've carefully drained the cucumber, then leftover tzatziki sauce will last, covered, in the refrigerator for between 3-4 days.

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WebAs for the ingredients to make this low-carb tzatziki sauce, you will need the following: Plain Greek yogurt. Check to make sure it has no added sugar. You can …

Servings: 4Calories: 60 per servingTotal Time: 5 mins

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Web16 ounces of plain Greek yogurt 1 large English cucumber, chopped Redmond's real salt 2 cloves of garlic, minced 1 tablespoon fresh dill, chopped Cracked …

Cuisine: GreekTotal Time: 40 minsCategory: Condiment

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WebHere’s how to make tzatziki sauce in three easy steps: Whisk together yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, dill, parsley, garlic, and sea salt. But wait, we’re not done quite yet! 😉 Grate the cucumbers. Squeeze …

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WebThis low carb Tzatziki is my version of a traditional Greek dip made from yogurt, cucumber, and dill! Ingredients 1½ cups plain Greek yogurt (approx. 340g) 1 English cucumber 2 tsp garlic paste 2 tsp lemon juice 1 tbs …

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WebInstructions. Grate the cucumber and drain through a fine mesh sieve overnight in the fridge. If you don't have time to do the overnight drain, just gently press the cucumber in the sieve to press out more of …

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WebIn a small bowl measure out 1 cup of greek yogurt. Wash your cucumber, then dice it. You can also shred it with a grater if you prefer, but diced is the traditional Greek way. …

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WebPlace the cucumber in a medium bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients: yogurt, garlic and olive oil. Mix well with spoon. Taste, and add more salt if needed. Place the tzatziki in an airtight container and place …

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WebTo prepare this authentic Greek tzatziki sauce recipe, remove the skin and the seeds of the cucumber and grate it into a large bowl. Season with salt and pepper and leave aside for 10 minutes. Afterwards, wrap the …

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WebMix all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl until everything is well combined. Let the mixture rest for a few minutes for the flavors to meld together. Taste test to see if …

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WebInstructions. First wash the cucumber. Then peel, de-seed, mince it, and set it aside. In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix together the sour cream, mayo, and lemon juice. Add in the crushed garlic, garlic …

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Web2 (5.3 ounce) containers plain greek yogurt juice of ½ lemon add more if needed 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 cup cucumber peeled and diced 1 garlic clove minced 2 …

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WebTo make your tzatziki sauce thick, use Greek yogurt (strained yogurt) then salt and squeeze out the excess water from the grated cucumber. Leaving the cucumber as is …

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WebThis creamy Keto Tzatziki is an easy low carb dip perfect on grilled meats, fresh vegetables or spooned over your favorite salad! Ingredients 1 english cucumber, seeded and finely …

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Web16 ounces Greek yogurt 1/2 of an English cucumber diced 2 tablespoons roasted garlic puree 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons …

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WebGrate cucumbers and place in a bowl with the salt and toss well, place in a strainer ( over a bowl). Let sit 10-15 minutes while you prep the remaining ingredients. In …

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to make classic tzatziki sauce?

  • Strain the yogurt (optional). See notes for how to do that.
  • Grate the cucumber through the large holes of a box grater and transfer it to a cheesecloth. ...
  • Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl. ...
  • Store in the fridge for a few hours to let the flavors mature and develop. ...

What to eat and serve with tzatziki sauce?

  • Dip: This is my favorite healthy dip or snack! ...
  • Salad Dressing - Loosen the tzatziki with a bit of milk to make a fresh and tangy dressing for Greek salad.
  • Fish - I’m not a big seafood eater, but I’ve heard that this makes a killer combo with fish. ...

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Does tzatziki sauce have dairy?

Tzatziki is a Mediterranean sauce served cold as a dip or with various dishes, such as grilled lamb. It’s usually made with yogurt, but this version uses coconut cream. Serve this Dairy Free Tzatziki sauce as a dip with your favorite raw vegetables for a healthy snack! This recipe fits the Vegan, Paleo, Whole30 and AIP Diets.

Is tzatziki sauce keto friendly?

Tzatziki sauce is keto-friendly if used in moderation. The average recipe, or store-bought brand, contains between 1-3 grams of net carbohydrates per serving, so it can become problematic if portion sizes are not controlled. That being said, following a Tzatziki recipe can reduce the carbohydrate content considerably.

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