This popular Middle Eastern recipe is great for gyros, veggie dips, on fish or as a substitute to mayonnaise on sandwiches.
Makes 2 cups dressing
1 cup plain Greek-style yogurt
1 medium cucumber
1 tbsp. distilled white vinegar
1 fresh lemon
2 cloves garlic
1 tbsp. chopped fresh dill
3 tbsp. olive oil
Place cheese cloth over medium bowl, place in refrigerator and strain excess fluid from yogurt overnight. Next drain as much excess liquid from cucumbers and garlic as possible. In large bowl, mix together lemon juice, diced cucumbers, yogurt, chopped dill, olive oil, season with salt and pepper, chill for a couple hours prior to serving.
This recipe created for lēf by Chefs Jason, Paul and Moriah of the NH Food Bank
As the New Hampshire Food Bank’s culinary leaders, Chefs Jayson, Paul and Moriah not only create fresh and healthy meals for shelters, soup kitchens and after-school programs across the state, but they provide professional culinary training to help community members enter the hospitality market. It’s this commitment to New Hampshire that has helped forge a strong bond with lēf Farms, where we share the same love of community.
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