When you want to add INSTANT flavor to any grilled meal, fish, or low-carb wrap, this Tzatziki Sauce (keto) is the way to go! It’s cool, it’s creamy, and it’s loaded with flavor! Read on, and I, Chef Jenn, will show you all my tips and tricks to make this insanely good keto tzatiki sauce!
Tzatziki is a Greek dip and condiment that has become mainstream in North America, and there are as many
Traditionally, this is a combination of thick and creamy Greek yogurt, cucumber, garlic, and dill. Variations include a splash of olive oil, lemon, red onion, and more.
In this keto-ized version of this famous sauce, I’ve cut the carbs making it a high-protein snack that can be used as a dip, condiment, salad dressing, and more.
You’re only limited by your creativity, and with this versatile Tzatziki recipe, you can make a big batch and dole it out as you need it.
Tzatziki Sauce (keto) is Versatile
What You Need to Make Keto Tzatziki Sauce
- Mixing bowl – these stackable stainless bowls are a lifesaver in the kitchen!
- Strainer or sieve – I love this one because it stands up on its own and isn’t wimpy
- Grater – watch those fingers! This set includes all the graters I need in the kitchen
- Sharp knife – invest in some Henckels! They are workhorses and offer great quality for the value
- Cutting board – cut yourself some slack and get dishwasher safe cutting boards!
How to Make Creamy Tzatziki Sauce Keto
- Grate the cucumber, salt it and set it to drain in the strainer.
- Mince the garlic and chop the dill.
- Squeeze the cucumber of excess water, mix it all together and serve!
Chef Jenn’s Tips
- Don’t have fresh dill? Use dried! Use about 2 tsp of dried dill.
- Like your Tzatziki with a bit of onion? Chop a bit of shallot into the mixture.
- If you’re using non-fat or low-fat yogurt, add a tablespoon or two of olive oil to bring up the fat content
- Tzatziki will keep well in the fridge for about a week so put it on everything!
What to Serve With Tzatziki Sauce Keto
Yes, it sure is! It is loaded with protein and can be a good source of fat if you use full-fat yogurt.
There are 3 net carbs in each generous 1/4 cup serving.
The longest part is draining the cucumbers, which take about 30 minutes. Then, you just mix and serve!
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- 2 cups Greek yogurt
- 2 cups cucumber shredded
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 clove garlic chopped finely
- 2 tbsp dill fresh or 2 tsp dried
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- Shred enough cucumber with a cheese grater, to make 2 cups. Set into a strainer, and mix with 1 tsp of salt. Set aside to drain for about 30-45 minutes. Squeeze most of the water out before mixing with the other ingredients.
- Squeeze the excess liquid from the cucumber, and mix it with the yogurt, garlic, dill, and lemon juice. Season with a touch of salt and pepper, and serve!
A Note on Nutritional Information
Nutritional information for this recipe is provided as a courtesy and is calculated based on available online ingredient information. It is only an approximate value. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site cannot be guaranteed. Erythritol carbs (sugar substitutes) are not included in the carbohydrate counts as they have been shown not to impact blood sugar, and they have zero calories and zero carbs. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.