Sometimes I think dips should be eaten with a spoon. Well, healthy dips like this Greek yogurt dill dip should be. It’s so easy to make, too.
It’s light and fresh – but grab a carrot or celery stick to make it look like you’re eating the veggies. And not just eating Greek yogurt with dill and lemon.
If you have dill growing in your garden, this is one of my favorite ways to use it. Well, I also like dill in this tasty salmon dip, too. Dill is practically a weed so look for it in your yard.
Carrots, cucumbers, celery – basically any veggie is excellent in this dip. OK, yes, and a spoon.
- 1 each 8 ounce container of plain Greek yogurt (or 1- cup)
- 1 garlic clove
- 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt
- 1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons of fresh dill
- In a small bowl, place plain Greek yogurt.
- Mince garlic clove and add to yogurt with salt. ([url href=”https://gogingham.com/2013/09/use-mortar-and-pestle/” target=”_blank”]Or use a mortar and pestle to combine[/url])
- Juice lemon and add to bowl.
- Finely chop fresh dill and add to bowl.
- Stir contents together and taste. Adjust salt, stir again, and enjoy!
- Store in airtight container in refrigerator.
Skip the packaged dip ingredients and make this.
Can’t wait to hear if you try it!
What’s your favorite vegetable to dip into a dip? Or do like spoons?
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The tangiest, yummiest BBQ sauce ever!
2 thoughts on “Greek Yogurt Dill Dip”
Sounds tasty! We have dill pop up in our yard as well as our garden (but never in the “planned” areas for the dill).
Hope you’ll try it, Kris! Dill is funny that way, isn’t it? It does seem to grow next to plants that it tastes good with in my garden – like tomatoes and basil. Maybe it’s a smart plant!! 🙂
Happy July to you ~
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