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Tzatziki Sauce

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Ingredients

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1 cucumber- small
2 clove garlic
2 tbsp olive oil
500 g yoghurt- strained
1 dill- small and fresh
1 lemon
1 tsp mint- dried

Nutritional information

414
calories
40.42 g
carbohydrates
7.58 g
protein
28.28 g
fat
42 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Tzatziki Sauce

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

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    If you are a yoghurt lover, you will love tzatziki. Tzatziki is made of sweet yoghurt and other great and enticing flavours. This yoghurt and garlic dip is perfect to go with your mains, protein like chicken and even as dressing for your salads. The flavor and heat from the garlic is perfectly balanced with the creaminess and richness from the yoghurt thus bringing out a perfectly balanced dip. Get started and enjoy.

    Health Benefits

    A bowl of yoghurt is all your body needs as it contains about 300 grams of calcium. Calcium helps humans to maintain strong teeth and bone.

    Consumption of this Tzatziki recipe offers the body the following nutritional values

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    How to make Tzatziki Sauce

    • Slice the cucumber, scrape the seeds out, and grate the cucumber itself.
    • Sieve the grated cucumber in a bowl, add salt, stir, and keep it aside for 3 hours before you spoon out its liquid content.
    • Peel the garlic in a bowl and add oil. Stir in drained cucumber and the yogurt until everything is well and evenly spread.
    • Chop the dill and fold into the yogurt mixture. Add lemon juice and dried mint, mix thoroughly and season it with salt to taste.
    • Serve Tzatziki with Turkish bread and enjoy.

    Trivia

    China, the largest producer of garlic, produces over 45 billion pounds of garlic yearly. This quantity equals two-third of total garlic produced around the world.

    Farida Najmi

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