Tzatziki Sauce Recipe– The best and only tzatziki dip you’ll ever need for all your gatherings. Addictively delicious, and a classic Greek appetizer.
Look no further the best and only tzatziki dip you’ll ever need or would want to serve. Sit this sauce alongside the cowboy caviar for additional appetizer options. This Tzatziki sauce is full of flavor and simple to make in just 15 minutes or less.
Reasons why this tzatziki sauce recipe works:
Let’s get started with the good stuff!
My number one reason to why this tzatziki recipe works is because it is a way for me to have my kids eat vegetables they are not too fond of. Second, it is quick, fresh, and it’s a healthier alternative to other dips.
- It’s made with fresh ingredients
- Includes bold flavors
- Can be served as a dip with warm bread, such as pita bread or crackers and even chips
- Works well with vegetables; especially baby carrots, broccoli, and celery
- It is healthy as it is made with Greek yogurt, fresh herbs – dill, fresh juice from one lemon, and garlic.
How do I make tzatziki sauce recipe:
First of all, to make this delicious tzatziki sauce recipe, the ingredients listed below is all you need. Most of which are already in your pantry or refrigerator.
- Peeled cucumber, grated and drained
- Greek yogurt – preferably plain
- Fresh Dill
- Lemon juice
- Minced garlic
- Salt and pepper to taste
Now that we have the ingredients listed for this tzatziki sauce recipe, it’s time to bring it all together. The method is very simple. The process always includes blending and combining the ingredients together, then finishing it off by chilling the tzatziki sauce before serving it. As a result, you and your guests will enjoy a cool dip!
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Tzatziki Sauce Recipe
- 1 Peeled cucumber diced and drained
- 1 cup Greek yogurt preferably plain
- ⅓ cup Fresh dill finely chopped
- 1 tbsp Lemon juice
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Peel and dice the cucumber. Add the cucumber into a small food processor. Blend well. Squeeze out the water with a clean dishcloth. Transfer the cucumbers to a small dish.
- Add the Greek yogurt, lemon juice, garlic, dill, and salt and pepper to taste. Combine well.
- Refrigerate for a couple hours or more before serving.
Tzatziki Sauce Recipe Tip:
- How long can you keep tzatziki in the fridge? I personally like to discard the tzatziki sauce after 4 days.
- How long does it take to make tzatziki? Typically, it takes about 15 minutes to make this delicious sauce.
- Chill the dip for a couple hours before serving. Chilling it also allow the flavors to set.
- Adding fresh parsley can also enhance the flavor.
- Straining the cucumber after it is grated helps the dip become less watery when it is processed. However, if you forget to strain the cucumber, add a little more Greek yogurt to thicken the sauce.