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16 oz Greek yogurt

3-4 small Persian cucumbers (unpeeled)

6 tbsp sour cream

2 tbsp fresh lemon juice

1 tbsp white wine vinegar

1-2 tbsp fresh dill – chopped

4-5 garlic cloves – crushed

1-2 tsp salt

Pinch of black pepper

  1. Finely chop or grind the cucumbers. Squeeze all liquids by hand before adding to a big bowl.

  2. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well.

  3. Taste and adjust to your liking.

  4. Best to chill a bit before serving.

  5. Lick the spoon and enjoy!

  • Could be served with almost every dish – salads, chicken, meat, fish, veggies, you name it…


Serves a family dinner or a dinner party or just you!

I have three beautiful girlfriends here in Tucson, AZ, all born in 1972, thus I call us the '72 Club – I know, very original.  Over the years, our boyfriends/fiancés/husbands have decided to crash our party.  On one of our Friday get-togethers, I suggested a Greek theme for our potluck.

One of the big hits was my Tzatziki - I was even impressed with myself!

Mia's husband, Jay, ate it by itself with a spoon for breakfast. That’s how good it is. You know what they say – Tzatziki for dinner tonight, breakfast tomorrow. Now, I too eat it with a spoon.

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