Creamy cheese dip, a kind of Tzaziki

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My lovely friends!

Hello, my lovely friends!

I’m hanging quite a little with my recipes, but I have this one, which matches perfectly with the meatballs with olives and the bruschetta as a dip.

Creamy cheese dip

This dip is applied to tzatziki, however, not made with yoghurt, but with cottage cheese and cream cheese. It is a light, refreshing dip! I think this fits really to all that you intend to do. I make this dip often when I make wraps or even to homemade Kebabs served in flatbread, here so called „Döner“ (Oh yes, this recipe wants to be written too!! 😉 ) Or I serve this delicious dip with some vegetable sticks when we make our movie night at home! 😉

Here is the recipe!

Creamy cheese dip

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: quite easy
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Ingredients:

  • 250 g low-fat cottage cheese
  • 50 g cream cheese with herbs
  • ½ cucumber, grated
  • 1 clove garlic, grated
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • Salt pepper

Directions:

  1. In a bowl, combine the cottage cheese with the cream cheese.
  2. Wash the cucumber and rub with a coarse grater separately in a bowl. Remove excess water.
  3. Peel garlic and rub with a fine grater into the bowl with the cheese.
  4. Add the cucumbers.
  5. Season with salt and pepper, add the olive oil and stir well all the ingredients until all is creamy.

Serve with vegetables, sandwiches or at BBQ

Recipe from: www.emmiscookin.com

 

 


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6 thoughts on “Creamy cheese dip, a kind of Tzaziki

  1. Thank you for sharing your wonderful post at #OverTheMoon. I look forward to what you will share next week! Do something special. Give yourself a standing ovation today! We hope you’ll come back again next Sunday when we open our doors at 6:00 PM EST. Pinned and tweeted!
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  2. This sounded so yummy that I just had to whip up a batch. My daughter drizzled it over veggies in a pita pocket and kept saying how much she liked it. My husband (Mr. Meat and Potatoes) asked for one and liked it very much. Of course he said it would be better with Bacon, but what isn’t? Thanks for sharing, Emmi. I’m new to your site, but I’m enjoying peeking into the world of a European homemaker. So like my own, but a l title different. Thank you for making it available in English, as my two years of high school German are not quite up to the task. Of course high school was fifty years ago…before the flood! I look forward to more of your blogs.

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    1. Hi, Robbie!!
      I’m so glad you and your family liked this simply delicious recipe! 😉 Well, to add bacon to the salad sauce seems a great option, isn’t it?? 😉 I think my husband would love it!
      I hope that my English is quite good! My school time is quite a long ago! But I’m exercising again with my son who is learning now English at school 😉
      Thank you so much for your support and your visit!
      – Emmi

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