Try this Tzatziki #2 recipe, or contribute your own.
Combine all ingredients in glass or earthenware bowl; chill for several hours. Use a a dip with vegetables or as a side dish. Submitted by Mary Tsamoutales The Greeks Have a Recipe for It, Compiled by St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, Melbourne, Florida 1981 MC formatting by firstname.lastname@example.org Recipe by: The Greeks Have a Recipe for It Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #824 by Roberta Banghart
sarahmoon60 3y agoI am sorry this recipe makes no sense. One cup and then 2 cups of yogurt? As well a cup of sour cream?
lupin666 6y agoWe have the same thing, but it's store bought. If you haven't, try it :D I will be using this recipe A.S.A.P. ;)
looseal 6y agoI will omit the oil and vinegar next time, as I served it over lamb burgers. If using as a salad dressing then I'd keep them in.
DragonsFancy 6y ago
kim1978 6y agoYummy! I use to eat this with pita bread at a greek restaurant I use to work at ALL the time. Its very addictive. This tastes JUST like it. Yummy
ItsMyHorns 7y agoI thought this was a delicious recipe. I dipped yellow, red, and green bell peppers, cucumbers, and pita bread into the tzatziki. It makes for a refreshing snack or appetizer. I look forward to making it again!
amandakrylo 7y agoThis is a good recipe. I used lemon juice instead of vinegar. It's great on a greek salad!