- 3 cups greek yogurt (or regular plain yogurt, strained as described above)
- 1 lemon (about 3 T juice)
- 1 garlic cloves (chopped)
- 2 cucumber (medium, seeded and diced)
- 1 tablespoon kosher salt (for salting cucumbers)
- 1 tablespoon fresh dill (finely chopped, can substitute mint leaves for a slightly different version)
- ground black pepper
- kosher salt
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ana 3 months ago
Totally easy to do! I used 1 cucumber and 3 cups of Greek yogurt. It tasted amazing recently done and after two hours on the fridge it tasted even better. The cucumber was easy to work with, next time will use mint to see how it turns out
Hannah Griffin 6 months ago
very good! just made A LOT so maybe cut the recipe in half if you arent planning on using a lot of it
Melissa Malejko 7 months ago
Yum! I've never had a bad tzatziki and this was no exception. Brilliant idea to take out the cucumber "cores" - why have I never thought of that? I grated mine but otherwise sid everything the same. I know it'll taste even better tomorrow.
Alexa Berkenpas 9 months ago
Super yummy! I didn’t let the cucumbers dry out and it turned out fine
Aaron R. 9 months ago
awesome recipe, added a tsp of honey
Jannine 9 months ago
Great sauce. Tastes as good as my favorite tzatziki on a gyro. I used it for a vegetable dip at a party and it was a hit. Easy to make, super healthy!
J Lewis 10 months ago
truly delicious! I made half the recipe and used dried dill instead of fresh (1/3 amount, per YouTube experts lol) and it really turned out fabulous
George 10 months ago
bomb af. switched lemon for lime.
Elizabeth a year ago
Pretty good very tasty ! Will be great on the baked salmon
Benjy N. a year ago
i made a half portion. it was easy to prepare and tasted great.
Willam Cooper a year ago
Used dried parsley so it would be stronger and it turned out perfect after I added less cucumbers. Amazing and goes perfect with all the Greek staples and more,
Kate a year ago
Hard for a beginner. Halve the recipe unless you want a vat of tzatziki.
Lauren R. a year ago
Makes a lot of sauce, but it tastes very fresh and everyone loved it. Very easy to make, will definitely do it again.
Varga a year ago
it was so good. i would definitely make it again.
Charlotte Zuber a year ago
great! i didn't add as much cucumber and didn't let it sit/wring out the moisture but it still turned out good.
Sarah E. a year ago
Didn’t have to change anything and it was amazing!
K Lo K a year ago
Great taste I did not let it drain long enough but was still delissshhh
Jo B. 2 years ago
loved how the direction guided me and my family loves eating this Tzatziki
Jessica H. 3 years ago
I liked this but my whole family HATED it. And they're the picky ones. They said it tasted just like yogurt with a "strange" taste. I don't know how to alter it to improve it--maybe far less yogurt, some milk and sour cream and more lemon?
Mary H. 3 years ago
Not the most flavorful recipe I have tried- had to add seasoning to reach non-bland status - flat flavors and one dimensional taste