By netselkie on October 26, 2004
Photo by Tia Mouse
Photo by Tia Mouse
"When I moved away from Vancouver to Nebraska, and got pregnant I was DYING for Greek food! So I called one of the Greek restaurants we used to go to and begged them for the ingredients. This tastes exactly like home and authentic Greek Tzatziki from the West Coast! It's super easy to make and fabulous with steak, chicken, pita bread, wraps or whatever else you want to put it on or in."
Serving Size: 1 (44 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 40
"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!"
"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."
"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!"
"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 :)"
"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!"
"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!!!!"