Yield: Yields about 1 cup.
This flavor-packed sauce is the perfect condiment for the Middle Eastern Turkey Burgers.
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Make Ahead Tips
This sauce can be made several hours ahead and stored in the refrigerator.
Cilantro is nice, but I prefer dill and mint for more authentically middle-eastern flavors.And I always strain the yogurt overnight to get the thickest texture for this sauce.
Not that exciting on its own, but was excellent with the middle eastern turkey burger!!! It was the perfect compliment to that dish.
This is very very tasty and really complements the Middle Eastern Turkey Burgers. I used regular cuke, and rinsed the cukes and onions several times. No additional salt was necessary.
Very good tzatiki. You can use this with other recipes too but it is great with the burgers.
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