6 Reviews

I am from Vancouver but living in Denver and miss all the different ethnic restaraunts, especially Greek restaraunts. I have to admitt this is very, very good Tzatziki, nice job!

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leemgiroux May 26, 2011

I didn't know if you used fresh or dried dill, so I used around half the amount called for. It was yummy. I made it for Greek Day at the school. Some kids wanted 3rds. And a few that "didn't like it" came back for seconds.

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tasb February 20, 2009

I have made this a few times and forgot to rate it. It is delicious! Light and refreshing. Good as a dip with vegetables, pita triangles or spread on leftover lamb sandwiches.... YUMMMY! My husband thought it was a little too thick with most of the liquid out of the yogurt. I may not strain as long next time. Otherwise .... delicious!

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Jopalis August 22, 2008

I am from the West Coast and find myself away from home also. This is my favorite recipe. Well worth trying. Thank you for posting this recipe :)

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willlumsden August 06, 2007

I made it exactly as written, using FF sour cream and yogurt. Yogurt must drain for several hours. You can use good quality paper towels to line a strainer, if needed. When I make this again (and I will :-D) I'll triple the dill and and another clove of garlic. Thanks so much for a great recipe!

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Tia Mouse July 16, 2007

This is very good and now my favorite alternative to the real thing. I have made it several times and it is very tasty and lasts for days in the fridge. I eat it as a salad dressing and leave the folks at work dying for a bite! Thanks for posting!!!!

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Doxie lover in the Rock 2 May 07, 2007
Vancouver Greek Restaurant Tzatziki