Have you ever made tzatziki before..? If you have you know that most recipes require draining the yogurt in cheesecloth or paper towel. Well, who has time for cheesecloth.. ? And even the paper towels that claim they are sturdy might not always be, and I was determined to create a tzatziki recipe where I could skip this step, and the Fage Greek yogurt is thick enough that you don’t have to strain it. I love Greek food, and tzatziki is one of my favorite dipping sauces and I absolutely love Gyros with it. Traditional tzatziki is made with chopped dill or mint or both, but one of my trips to Turkey I had it with curly parsley, and I loved this twist on traditional tzatziki. I also sometimes add chopped red onions just because I like onions so much, but they don’t really belong to tzatziki. Sometimes I even add chopped Feta-cheese, depending which dish I am using the tzatziki for. I also add lemon pepper, because that’s my favorite spice in the world, but traditional tzatziki doesn’t call for pepper either. So you can play a lot with this recipe, just don’t substitute the yogurt, lemon, garlic and English cucumbers. Tzatziki is great as a dip, we love Stacy’s Pita Chips the best with it, but it’s also great as a sauce for many foods, like Greekburgers, the Greek style hamburgers we make – recipe coming tomorrow, and you will not want to miss it!