I don’t use my spiralizer nearly enough and every time I make a recipe with it I wonder why exactly that is. It’s so easy to use and clean up is a breeze. It really is an easy fun way to get more veggies in.
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I have never spiralized cucumbers before. I had just stocked up on them at the Farmer’s Market and was looking for creative ways to use ’em up. I love that other than the cucumbers, all I needed was some greek yogurt, dill, lemon, and garlic. Simple, easy, and healthy!
Spiralized Cucumber Tzatziki Salad Recipe
Spiralized cucumbers tossed in a light tzatziki sauce to make a healthy side dish.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: 4 1x
- Category: Side Dish
- Cuisine: Greek
2 cups Greek yogurt
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tablespoon fresh dill
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 squeeze of lemon
In a small bowl, mix together the greek yogurt, garlic, dill, sea salt, and lemon juice.
Spiralize your cucumbers and place them in a large bowl.
Pour the prepared tzatziki sauce over the cucumbers. Toss well to combine.
Serve cold. Enjoy!
- Calories: 45
Made this today, so good!!
What would the conversion of dried dill be vs. the fresh? Making this tonight along with some Greek meatballs and lemon rice!
Jessica Pinney says
If you use the common dried to fresh herb ration it should be 1 tsp of dry. I have only made it with fresh, so I can not speak from experience. Your meal sounds delicious! Hope you enjoy.
I meal prep this all the time to go with greek chicken breast. Really good!
Discovered this recipe last year and loved it. Now that we are getting cucumbers fresh from the garden this year. I can’t wait to make it again. It makes a great side dish with so many summer dishes. Especially grilled and smoked meals. Using the spiralizer makes cutting the cucumbers go so fast.