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What's tzatziki? Never heard of it before but it was mentioned in a small article I was reading earlier in some mag or other oh brought home for meTIA
It's a greek dip - yogurt, mint and cucumber, I think. Nice in souflaki.
oooh, well they give some pretty interesting names to stuff don't they! I was expecting something much more exciting than a greek dip I assume you just pop cucumber & mint in greek yoghurt to make it?What is, or are, souflaki?
Scoop the seeds out of the cue first or the yoghurt goes watery.
It's lovely. Either buy the "Total" company's one, or make your own: the supermarket ones are all watery and horrible.Souklaki are Greek kebabs - big chunks of meat (often lamb) on skewers and barbecued.
The tzatziki in Greece is laden with garlic as well as mint and cucumber - it is just lovely.
They give "intersting" names as it is a foreign language !!!!
lol ComeOVeneer, I guess so yeah! MERLYPUSS, thanks for the tip about cuc seeds. Wouldn't have thought of that for myselfGarlic & mint . . . I will be investing in some to try or attempting to make some out of curiosity nex weekend. Thanks all
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