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    Question Tatziki Dip?

    Morning All,

    I hope you are all feeling better than me!! Dam colds!

    I was wondering if we are able to eat Tatziki dip? Its my fav and I have been craving it for a while now but not game to eat any!



    Any ideas??

    TIA
    Kate

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    oh i love it!!!
    my first pregnancy i ate it on almost everything!!!!

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    Ooh...yum.
    I dunno for sure, but I did in all my pg's.
    Never really thought about it.

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    hey hun, i cant see why not - assuming you are making your own?

    Not sure if i would eat the supermarket ones... but its pretty easy to make it yourself

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    Thanks Ladies
    Kitten - Oh I was speaking of the s/market ones - how do i make myself?? Do you have a recipe??

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    I think the supermarket ones would be just fine..... its just yoghurt with cucumber, garlic and lemon juice. After you've opened the tub I would eat it all straight away.... I'm sure you'll be able to manage that You can have trouble leaving things in the fridge after they've already been opened - that's when bugs can grow.

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    Hi Kafer girl,

    here's one recipe - once you hve made it once or twice you will tweak it to your own taste.

    Preparation Time

    10 - 15 minutes

    Ingredients (serves 8)

    • 500g (2 cups) plain Greek-style yoghurt
    • 1 telegraph cucumber, peeled, halved, seeded
    • 1 large garlic clove, crushed
    • 1 tbs finely chopped fresh chives
    • 2 tbs olive oil
    • 1 1/2 tbs fresh lemon juice
    • Salt, to taste

    Method

    1. Place yoghurt in a sieve lined with muslin over a bowl and stand for 5-10 minutes to allow the excess whey to drain away Place yoghurt in a bowl and discard the whey.
    2. Meanwhile, coarsely grate the cucumber and squeeze out excess moisture with your hands. Combine yoghurt, cucumber, garlic, chives, olive oil and lemon juice in a bowl and mix well. Season with salt. Cover and place in fridge for a day before serving to allow flavours to develop. Serve with the warm flat bread, marinated feta and marinated olives garnished with fresh herbs of your choice

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    Australian Good Taste - April 1997 , Page 58

    enjoy, we make it all the time and have it with bbq'd meat, on samwiches etc etc..... yummy!

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    Thanks Kitten!
    I will have to wait till we do the shopping in town as the country town we live in would look at me strange if I was to ask for some of those products!! I can see I will be having it with EVERYTHING soon!
    Thanks again!

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