Tzatziki sauce is a Mediterranean staple, and of course everyone has their own version. Try this recipe when you’re in a rush and need to get serving!
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When I whipped this one up, I had just finished making this delicious tuna burger recipe without breadcrumbs when I realized I had no sauce for it! So, to the fridge I went and dug around to find that luckily I had the basics needed for a tangy tzatziki sauce.
Now, when making a homemade sauce like this, you’re going to want to pay close attention to your taste buds and the best advice I can give is to taste as you go. Me, I love dill, so there’s a whopping 2 tablespoons of the stuff in my version. But, if you aren’t so fond of it, you can get away with 1 tablespoon or less and still reap the benefits.
Also, I’m not quite sure how traditional Dijon mustard is, but hey, it works!
Another thing to keep in mind is that grated cucumber can quickly become super soggy, especially if you plan on leaving leftovers in the fridge. If you’re in a rush to dig into your food, squeeze as much of the liquid as you can from the cucumber with your hand, but a cheesecloth would work even better.
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