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Ingredients

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16 oz plain yogurt- plain
5 cloves garlic- chopped
salt to taste
1 dill- fresh and chopped
1 parsley- fresh and chopped
4 oz cheese cream- softened
2 mint leaf- chopped

Nutritional information

92
calories
5.7 g
carbohydrates
4.5 g
protein
5.9 g
fat
88 mg
sodium
19 mg
cholesterol

Haydari

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 10 mins
    • Serves 10
    • Easy

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    Haydari is a delicacy native to Turkey. It is a yogurt dip with an enticing flavor and is the choice of many people in Turkey. When made right, it has just the right thickness of yoghurt and a nutritious and mouth-watering flavor. It is made with yogurt, cheese cream, and garnished with a couple of spices such as garlic, parsley and mint leaves just for your endless satisfaction. You can serve Haydari with meat kebab or pita bread and with just a few kitchen aids and you can make this special recipe at the comfort of your kitchen.

    Health Benefits

    Haydari is very delicious and good for human consumption because it houses vital nutrients needed by the system. Its intake should be encouraged since its nutrient components allow the body to run its metabolic activities efficiently.

    Yogurt is one of the ingredients of the recipe and it is rich in protein and other nutrients. Basically, good for the gut health, yogurt also has necessary probiotics.

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    How to make Haydari

    • Get a colander lined with 2 layers cheesecloth placed on a bowl, wrap yogurt on the cheesecloth for 8 hours so that yogurt will drain.
    • Mix in a bowl the drained yogurt. Blend garlic cloves and salt to a fine paste and add it to the drained yogurt.
    • Stir in parsley, dill, cheese cream, garlic mixture and spread it in a dish garnished with mint leaves.
    • Enjoy

    Trivia

    10,000 dill seeds weight just 1 oz because of the small size and light nature of the seed. Even at that, the calcium content of 1 tbsp dill seed is more than what a cup of milk can give.

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