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Greek Yogurt Dip with Feta Cheese

Greek Yogurt Dip with Feta Cheese
Greek Yogurt Dip, This light and refreshing dip is ideal with anything dry or spicy. The flavors of mint and yogurt are cooling, especially if you are dipping a spicy food. The feta and sour cream have sharp flavors and the garlic goes perfectly too. Feta has a strong, slightly sour flavor, making it great to contrast with spicy foods. Feta is one of the most popular Greek cheeses and you can use it to make Greek salads, as well as to make tasty dip recipes.

Authentic Greek Yogurt Dip

Authentic Greek Yogurt Dip
This Greek yogurt dip can be served with lamb kebabs, crudités, flatbread, or any other easy party appetizers, which would go. Cool slices of cucumber go well, as do crunchy asparagus spears. You can garnish this Greek yogurt dip with some cilantro leaves, mint leaves, or even a sprinkling of paprika over the top. Greek dips are good chilled or at room temperature, so you can serve it how you like.

There are different yogurt dip recipes, such as curry yogurt vegetable dip and tomato flavored yogurt dips but this recipe for yogurt dip is very easy to make and you simply have to put everything in a blender and process until smooth and creamy.

Greek Yogurt Dip Ingredients 

  1. ¼ cup chopped fresh mint
  2. 1 ½ cups crumbled feta cheese
  3. 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  4. ½ cup sour cream
  5. ½ cup Greek style yogurt
  6. Salt
  7. Black pepper

Greek Yogurt Dip Preparation

  1. Combine the mint, garlic, sour cream, yogurt, and feta cheese in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  3. Serve with lamb kebabs, pita bread, or crudités.

(Makes 3 Cups)

For a wonderful appetizer for this recipe see our appetizer recipe section: Baked Lamb Kebabs with Spices

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Of all the yogurt dip recipes, this is one of the nicest. Serve this Greek yogurt dip with lamb kabobs or something similar, because it goes so perfectly. The slightly sour flavor of the feta is enhanced by the sour cream and yogurt and the mint adds a really fresh flavor to this recipe for yogurt dip. This is a smooth recipe, rather than a chunky one, but it is thick enough to stick to whatever you dip into it. You can make yogurt dips like this one a few hours before you are going to serve them, if you like. Just keep some plastic wrap over the top and keep it refrigerated.
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