By June 9, 2015

A cooling, slightly garlicky spread that is perfect as a dip, wonderful as a tuna salad sauce and delicious with braised lamb.  Tangy and perfectly savory.

  • Prep Time : 10 minutes
  • Yield : 2 1/2 cups of dip



  1. Peel your cucumber and grate it finely. Place in a sieve or colander and press excess water out with your hands.
  2. Open your yogurt and drain any excess liquid
  3. Empty contents of yogurt container and Do You Bake? Dilly Dill Pickle Dip mix in a bowl. Stir to combine. Add in your drained cucumber (squeeze any remaining excess water before you add to your bowl)
  4. Stir contents to combine and drizzle olive oil on top. Stir again.
  5. Cover bowl and refrigerate 2 to 4 hours before serving.
Prior to serving, taste test with your favorite vegetables and adjust salt level to your preference. Sprinkle paprika and finely sliced cucumbers on top for a pretty garnish. Fire up the grill and grill fresh Fired Flatbread to serve along with this delicious dilly Greek tangy Dip!
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A delicious Greek sauce and dip made with Greek yogurt and Do You Bake? Dilly Dill Pickle Dip. Tzatziki makes for a fantastic healthy dip with your vegetables, crackers and Do You Bake? Fired Flatbread.  Quick and easy and protein packed. A completely refreshing option for a dip or sauce.

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