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Kefir Tsatsiki – a tasty greek speciality combined with selfmade milk kefir

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Dear Kefir Friends,

Last week I went out for greek food and as always, the tasty tsatsiki made tose dishes served even better. This inspired me to make my own selfmade tsatsiki with milk kefir at home. The result of my kefir creation is breath taking awesome and an all-rounder.

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Tsatsiki is a typical cold served greek appetizer and fits to so many different meals. The best combination is of course with Gyros or Souvlaki but even with other meaty dishes for example with a good barbecue in summer, Tsatsiki is always a good adding. Moreover, it is a good combination for noodle casserole, potatoe dishes or as a dip for veggie plates. Moreover, Tsatsiki is also famous for beein one oft he most popular dressings for kebab and salates as you might know.

There are so many meals you can make or add with Tsatsiki that it is very easy to create something tasty everyone will like. Tastsiki is a great allrounder and nearly fits to every dish you make.

Did you know that Tsatsiki is only known since 1070 in Germany?

During this time, the first greek restaurants became popuar and the spicy joghurt was one oft he Germans favorite. Around 2000  you can find Tsatsiki daily in a supermarket.

But now I would ike to show you my own homemade milk kefir Tsatsiki recipe.

Let’s go!

By the way, just to prevent many questions. For making my recipes I am using a Vitamix which you can order here*
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But now let’s start with the recipe:-)

For this easy kefir tsatsiki recipe you need those ingredients

Do you have everything? This is how to do your kefir tsatsiki yourself!

  1. peel the cucumber and cut it in half. Take off the cucumber seeds with a spoon and rasp the cucumber. Put the cucumber in a bowl with 1 tsp salt and let it soak for 10 min
  2. Put the Kefir in a bowl, peel the garlic and squeeze it into the Kefir. Wash the herbes and cut the leaves into small pieces
  3. squeeze out the cucumber in a towel and add to the Kefir mixture
  4. mix all together with salt and pepper and some citrus juice until you like the taste
  5. keep cool until serving
  6. … and enjoy!

Kefir Tsatsiki – a tasty greek speciality combined with selfmade milk kefir

Print Recipe
Serves: 4 Cooking Time: 20

Ingredients

  • 150g salade cucumber
  • Salt,pepper, some dill
  • Some citrus juice
  • 500g kefir – cremy consistence
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1 branch of mint
  • 1 bunch of parsley

Instructions

1

peel the cucumber and cut it in half. Take off the cucumber seeds with a spoon and rasp the cucumbe. Put the cucumber in a bowl with 1 tsp salt and let it soak for 10 min

2

Put the Kefir in a bowl, peel the garlic and squeeze it into the Kefir. Wash the herbes and cut the leaves into small pieces

3

squeeze out the cucumber in a towel and add to the Kefir mixture

4

mix all together with salt and pepper and some citrus juice until you like the taste

5

keep cool until serving

6

enjoy!

I wish you a lot of fun by making this kefir tsatsiki and I am very excited to hear your opinions about this delicious kefir creation.

I would love to see some comments about your favourite recipes with milk kefir and how you liked mine.

I am looking forward to see you again for my next recipes.

Petra

Watch also this video and many more regarding Kefir and Kombucha on my Youtube channel…

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