Tzatziki (vegan). Tzatziki is a cucumber and yogurt-based sauce or dip commonly served in Greek cuisine. It's thought to have been inspired by a similar Indian sauce called raita. Our plant-based version is similarly cool and creamy, but made without the dairy!
The reason being, cashews are simply wonderful, and pretty much wherever you are in the world, you can probably get cashews. A cool refreshing greek cucumber yogurt sauce. Perfect dressing for gyros or any mediterranean dish. Vous pouvez cuisiner Tzatziki (vegan) en utilisant 6 ingrédients et 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingrédients de Tzatziki (vegan)
- Préparez 1 of petit concombre.
- C’est 1 of yaourt de soja.
- Préparez of sel.
- Vous avez besoin of poivre.
- Préparez of ail en poudre.
- Préparez of Menthe (quelques feuilles).
Gluten free, Nut free, oil free, no tofu. This vegan tzatziki recipe is easy to make with just a few ingredients and is the perfect dip for pita, falafel, veggies and more. Recipe Features. vegan and gluten-free – works for those with dietary restrictions; parties and holidays – perfect for a. Tzatziki is a traditional Greek dish with a yogurt base.
Tzatziki (vegan) instructions
- Couper le concombre en petit dés..
- Ciseler finement la menthe..
- Mélanger tous les ingrédients et réserver au frais plusieurs heures avant de consommer pour que les saveurs se mélangent bien..
It is usually served with bread at the start of a meal, or used as a condiment on sandwiches or gyros. This vegan tzatziki recipe can be made with either soy or coconut non-dairy yogurt and plenty of fresh chopped mint for tons of fresh flavor. Tzatziki is a Greek sauce and it's scrumptious, light, fresh and creamy. This is a vegan version of the traditional tzatziki recipe and it's made with homemade soy yogurt, it's very easy to make at home and totally worth it. You can also use other vegan yogurts such as coconut yogurt, I love it!