Mix all ingredients together in bowl. Cover and refrigerate 1 hour or overnight
This recipe is fast simple and healthy i will definitely try it
Omit the red wine vinegar and increase lemon juice (1 lemon juiced. Definitely fresh dill and add 1/4 cup olive oil and 4-5 garlic cloves minced. In the preparation steps. First blend the garlic cloves, lemon juice, olive oil and salt and whisk like a dressing. Make a larger amount of this and keep it in the refrigerator for future use. Add it to the Yogurt, cucumber and dill mixture and fold. Adjust the seasoning as needed. The dressing can also be used for salads. If you do not have lemon juice than white wine vinegar will do…just use less. Always taste and adjust the seasoning. I also like to use an English Cucumber because it has fewer seeds. Increasing the garlic a bit more will also add more flavor. Usually the ratio is two garlic cloves per cup of yogurt.
I add dill as well. Used to live in Greece…love this stuff!!
what is the size per serving. (i.e. how many servings does this recipe make). could I have that info please.
This sooo good! I was a little skeptical initially, thinking it was going to lack flavor. This recipe did not dsappoint at all.
I love this tzatziki recipe; it tastes just like what I’ve had in Greece!
Just divide what you make by the serving size-
You will have to use a kitchen scale to weigh the whole batch, then the total weigh needs to be divided by 8. That quantity will be your 1 serving. You will have to weigh every single serving in order for you to know the exact amount of calories, fat and so on you will be eating per individual serving. I’d storage by single serving that way I won’t have to worry about later.
Hey Rachel + Zehra! When you’ve got the full recipe, we recommend eyeballing the serving size and estimating what 8 servings from the total dip would look like. Hope this helps!
I think that this question should be answered by producer..
My hubby more likes tzatziki with mint than the other but traditional recipe ingredients dill Annemarie..
I’ve noticed that on all these recipes it says how many servings/recipe, but not the serving size! If that could be added across the board, it would be great. Or, if I have just not found it, please advise where it is located. Thanks!
I love that this recipe doesn’t use dill!
Interesting! We’re all for making swaps to make a recipe your own. Sounds delicious!
I always add mint instead of thyme, just love it.
added dill , not thyme, delicious!!!!
u must add fresh dill instead of thyme..
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