Chives Tzatziki


Having prepared some baked vegetables for lunch, I decided to prepare a sauce to accompany them, a bit different from the usual ones, based on legumes. It goes really well with fried or breaded preparations, as it’s very fresh ­čÖé

4 heaped tablespoons of unflavoured soy yogurt
1 cucumber
1 clove of garlic
a few chives
extra virgin olive oil

Wash and peel the cucumber. With the potato peeler, cut it all into very thin slices.
With a knife, chop the slices of cucumber as small as you can, and put them in a bowl.
Cut the clove of garlic with a knife or a crescent-shaped mincing knife, again as small as you can, and add it to cucumbers.
Add yogurt and mix well. Salt with a pinch of salt, add a little pepper, a dash of olive oil and some chives, finely chopped.
Mix everything together, taste salt, and that’s it!

It’s good alone, with raw vegetables, but also to accompany more heavy dishes, as in my case were the fried vegetables.

Chef: Gena from VeganBlog

  1. Cassandra78 11 October 2010 at 09:35

    Good!! Maybe you could try to a sort of drain the yogurt, to get a more greek kinf of texture

  2. EleonoraNW3 11 October 2010 at 09:44

    I like it! Very much! I wouldn’t have used pepper, and I agree with cassandra, maybe we could strain the yougurt the get it thicker. But that’s a goof idea!

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