Try this decadent and fluffy Tzatziki sauce with Greek salad tonight! A tender Greek seasoned grilled chicken with creamy Tzatziki sauce served on a Greek salad makes a rich Mediterranean-inspired dinner. We have given an airy twist to the restaurant-style creamy Tzatziki sauce and whipped it in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser to make its texture incredibly frothy and light. Tzatziki is a very easy sauce that you can whip together quickly. Your cup Mediterranean-styleerly drained before you mix it in the sauce. The fresh tzatziki recipe brings life to any Mediterranean style meal. You can use this versatile espuma as a sauce, dip, or spread. This creamy dip is an ultimate crowd-pleaser that is ideal for parties and get-togethers. It goes great with pita, sandwiches, and grilled vegetables. Use it as an appetizer or a salad dressing, and you will surely feel that you are in a Greek restaurant.
⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger
- Heavy cream – ½ cup
- White pepper – ½ teaspoon
- Cucumbers – ½ to 1
- Cream cheese, full fat – ¾ cup
- Olive oil – 3 tablespoons
- Herbal salt – ¼ teaspoon
- Dill – 1 teaspoon
- Onion – 1
- Salt – 1 teaspoon
- Garlic Powder – 2 teaspoon
- Onion powder – 1 teaspoon
- Dried basil – 2 teaspoon
- Dried Greek oregano – 2 teaspoon
- Paprika – 2 teaspoon
- Ground black pepper – 1 teaspoon
- Dried rosemary minced – 1 teaspoon
- Dried dill – 1 teaspoon
- Dried marjoram – 1 teaspoon
- Ground thyme – ½ teaspoon
- Ground nutmeg – ½ teaspoon
- Lemon juice – 2 lemons
- Red wine vinegar – 2 tablespoon
- Olive oil – 2 tablespoon
- Greek seasoning – 4 tablespoon
- Boneless chicken breast – 2 large
- Cucumber – 1
- Cherry tomatoes – 3
- Onion – ½
- Kalamata olives – ¼ cup
- Chickpeas or sweet corns – ½ cup
- Deseed the cucumbers with the help of a spoon and dice them into small cubes.
- Pulse the ingredients in a blender except for the heavy cream.
- Add heavy cream and season.
- Pour this mixture through a sieve and funnel into Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
- Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake vigorously.
- Keep in a refrigerator for a couple of hours to chill.
- The sauce goes best with a Greek salad, pita bread, or Greek chicken.
- For a milder flavor, saute the onion in a teaspoon of olive oil before blending.
- Butterfly the boneless chicken breasts in 2 even pieces.
- Rub four tablespoons of Greek seasoning.
- In a plastic bag, marinate the chicken breasts with vinegar, lemon juice, and olive oil for 30 minutes.
- Preheat a grill or a grill pan, and cook the chicken from both sides until the internal temperature of the chicken reaches 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Take it out on a plate and make slices.
- Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
- In serving plates, place the chicken breast pieces, some salad and dispense the Tzatziki espuma aside.
What do you eat Tzatziki with?
The delicious Greek tzatziki sauce gives a great flavor to Greek chicken and a Greek Salad. You can enjoy it with Pita bread and make a Greek taco or a gyro. Here are some other ways you can consume this decadent sauce.
- Bell peppers
- Green beans
- Corn on the cob
- Appetizer spreads:
- Crisp raw vegetable sticks
- Toasted pita wedges
- Falafel, Sandwiches, and Salads
- Pita sandwiches
- Lentil salad
- Chicken salad
- Chickpeas salad
- Greek Quinoa bowls
How to prepare cucumbers for Tzatziki dip?
After you deseed the cucumbers, let the excess water drain from the cucumbers. Sprinkle some salt over the grated cucumbers and let them drain. Then squeeze them with hand or in a cheesecloth and add in the sauce.
The longer the dip rests, the more flavorful it becomes. The sharp bite of garlic and onion becomes milder and more delicious after a couple of hours of mixing them.
What does Tzatziki mean in Greek?
The Greek word Tzatziki is derived from the Turkish word “cacik,” which means edible herb. Some people say that it comes from the Armenian word “cacig.”
How to pronounce Tzatziki?
When you visit Greece for the first time, the pronunciation of Tzatziki may become challenging for you, especially when you are ordering it at a restaurant. Here is the simplest way to pronounce it, “that-ZEE-kee.”
Is it essential to use dill in Tzatziki Espuma?
Yes, dill is an essential flavoring when it comes to making Tzatziki. If you omit this ingredient, you will not find the original taste in your Tzatziki espuma. You can easily find fresh dill in small packages in grocery stores lying near the other herbs.