You might ask.
I asked the same question.
Tzatziki [pronounce Zat-ZEE-key] is actually a yogurt-based (best is greek yogurt – 2 cups) blend of cucumbers, fresh herbs (in this case, dill and mint), lemon juice, garlic and a little olive oil. According to Dorie, this is a recipe that is very low in calories although it tastes rich.
Tzatziki should be served cold and simply. It’s often served as a dip for raw vegetables and is good with crackers, thick toasted country bread or sandwich.
I spread it on my croissant.
Refreshing and heavenly. I’ll have it for breakfast again tomorrow.
This is a weekly attempt at French food via French Fridays with Dorie. If you are interested in French cooking, why not join us?
Linking up with