Top Rated Tzatziki Recipes

Tzatziki
There are very few people who aren't a fan of this Greek staple. As a spread, as a dip, as a sauce — it's the universal answer for all Grecian culinary woes. In this instance, I spread that tzatziki right across a lamb burger with all the right spices. You can imagine the action-packed flavor that occurred at the first bite — heaven.  The only way to really make it is to make a good-sized portion, because you're going to keep coming back to it again and again.  Click here for more Greek yogurt recipes.
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Lamb Burger with Tzatziki
Themed burgers can be dangerous. Use too many gimmicks, make things too complicated, and you run the risk of being all concept. It's one of the things I most admire about Chef Scott Smith at RUB BBQ in New York, who does a different themed burger every week. Scott's burgers are always playful and within the idea he's doing, but they always work. I keep this in mind anytime I try something overly complicated or themed — making sure that the dish works not just within the theme but on the palate. So it was with this Greek-themed lamb burger with tzatziki. Technically pita probably would have been the component to finish this theme, but it's hard to find fantastic pita, and pita with a burger... well, kinda doesn't feel like a burger anymore — feels like a gimmick. So with this Greek-themed lamb burger, the flavors are there, with a couple themed touches, but when it comes down to it, it's still a burger. A spicy, tangy, salty, juicy, wet burger. You won't be disappointed. Click here to seee 7 Must-Try Burger Recipes. 
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Grilled Steak with Tzatziki Salad
When summertime rolls around, the barbecues are flared up and outdoor eating becomes a routine thing. Don't get stuck in a barbecue rut! Make sure that you try this delicious recipe as a way to liven up your steak. The tzatziki salad adds a refreshing and flavoroful element to your already juicy steak.
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Tzatziki Sauce
Most people associate cucumbers with fresh salads, vinaigrettes, and dill dip, but I like to pair it with something savory in the form of tzatziki sauce. Traditionally served as a Greek condiment with lamb, tzatiki sauce is a great pairing for whatever protein is on your plate and is the perfect summertime sauce because it's refreshing and light. See all Greek recipes. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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Tzatziki Sauce
This is a delicious sauce that can be used in many Greek recipes. We like to use it when making gyros or other Mediterranean recipes that are wrapped in pitas. It tastes just like the sauce we've had in restaurants such as Hell's in Tarpon Springs in Florida. It's a funny name, but the restaurant is known for having some of the best Greek food and Greek pastries in Florida.-TasteTesterThis recipe is courtesy of TasteTester and Food.com
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Easy Tzatziki Recipe
This tzatziki recipe is quick and easy. Serve this classic Greek dip alongside fresh pita, as a sauce for grilled chicken, or on your favorite gyro. 
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Swiss Chard Tzatziki
I've been on a Greek yogurt kick lately. I love traditional tzatziki with cucumber but wanted to try something a little different. The Swiss chard delivers a slightly different texture (almost like spinach dip) and some added health benefits. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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Best Supporting Roll – Tzatziki Dip
This tzatziki is the perfect dip to serve with fresh cut vegetables or sweet Hawaiian bread. It's so light and full of flavor, you’ll have your guests begging for more!
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“College taught me many things, but in the food department I’m thankful that my college cafeteria introduced me to falafel. When I walked up to the vegetarian-friendly line my freshman year, I had never heard of the little fried chickpea balls, but the obsession started immediately after I bit into my first one. It took me a while to perfect a recipe to use at home, but I’ve found that the spice mixture below brings me back to that college cafeteria experience. I like adding quinoa to my falafel because it adds extra fiber and protein, as well as a boost in texture. Instead of deep-frying my falafel, I simply bake them to firm them up, then quickly pan-fry them to give them a good crunch on the outside. The refreshing tzatziki is tangy, cool, and a perfect balance to the spiced falafel patties.” — Katie Parker, author of The High-Protein Vegetarian CookbookClick here for more of our best falafel recipes. 
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Grilled Greek Chicken with Tzatziki Sauce
This easy chicken main is like a Greek gyro minus the pita. Serve with an easy Greek salad of chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, feta, and Kalamata olives dressed with lemon juice and olive oil for a complete meal. Click here to see 15 Great Grilled Chicken Recipes. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Simple Tzatziki
This easy, Greek-inspired tzatziki recipe works as a dipping sauce on a platter filled with hummus, babaganoush, and grape leaves or as a dressing for a grilled shrimp, lamb, or chicken pita. While I use nonfat Greek yogurt, you're welcome to use full fat (though I promise you don't sacrifice too much in taste in this recipe). Wrapped in an airtight container, it should last about 4-5 days in the refrigerator.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Condiments
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Healthy Tzatziki (Greek Yogurt Dip)
Tzatziki is an easy-to-make Greek condiment. Bright flavors from the lemon juice and zest pair well with cool cucumber and Greek yogurt. Use as a dip, sandwich spread, and sauce for meat and seafood — tzatziki does it all.Click Here to See More Game-Day Dip Recipes
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