I made this sauce hoping for great results. My husband travels for work A LOT and often will eat Greek food at different restaurants. I decided last week I wanted to make something while he was home, so along with the Slovaki from this sight, I made this Tzatziki sauce to go with it. I have to admit, I don't eat Greek food too often (I am home with 3 kids!) so I didn't have a strong opinion. I felt it turned out great after following other reviewers suggestions on draining the yogurt (which I did through a coffee filter). But my husband felt it wasn't quite right, so I gave this 3 stars. I did chop and salt and let the cucumbers sit as other people suggested and then put all ingredients except the yogurt in my food processor. I think I had too much garlic, my cloves were fairly big, and my husband commented on the strong taste. He also said the Tzatziki he is accustomed to is typically a bit more chunky, so next time, I won't blend all of the cucumbers, I will leave some to mix in. I also had to mix a little more yogurt (undrained) and I mixed a big spoonful of sour cream just to try and make it a bit creamier. In the end, we enjoyed it. I thought it was great, my husband, pretty good. Going to try Yia Yia's Tzatziki sauce from this sight next time...looks like it might have the consistance I am looking for.
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I made this sauce hoping for great results. My husband travels for work A LOT and often will...