Various dips you can make out of yogurt
There is no need to consume is plain, try these recipes
One of the stomach healing and cooling agent during summertime is a bowl of yogurt. This no fatty calorie-free dairy product is rich in protein, calcium, and other body healing nutrients. Made with a simple overnight fermentation of healthy bacteria that are good for the gut with warm milk, yogurt is light food to consume. Imagine if you were to include this healthy food in your daily diet, how great would that be? There are numerous ways of consuming yogurt, while some add water and salt to make a cool summer drink while some choose to go the fancy dip way. So in case you are looking for yogurt-based dip recipes, look no further.
Garlic Yogurt dip to relish
For this, all you need is a cup of plain yogurt – fat-free or full fat, one teaspoon of garlic powder, one teaspoon of onion powder, some freshly chopped thyme, some freshly chopped garlic, salt, pepper, one tablespoon of olive oil and some lime juice.
In the bowl add yogurt, garlic powder, onion powder, chopped thyme, garlic, salt and pepper to taste, olive oil, and lime juice. Give it all a good mix and be ready to serve. For some extra heat, you can add some finely chopped jalapeños.
French Onion Yoghurt dip
For this, all you need is one tablespoon of olive oil, one cup of finely chopped shallots, salt, one teaspoon of vinegar, one cup of hung yogurt, two tablespoons of sour cream, chopped chives, and black pepper.
In a bowl add the hung yogurt and give it a good whisk, till you see it lighten up. In a pan, on medium heat add some olive oil, shallots, and a pinch of salt. Cook until the shallots are translucent. When done sprinkle some water, add vinegar and cook until shallots further change colour. Once the colour changes, turn off the flame and let it cool. Now add this shallot mixture to the yogurt and give a good mix.
Cucumber Yoghurt Dip
For this, all you need is half a cup of grated cucumber, one cup of plain yogurt, finely chopped coriander, one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, salt, and one teaspoon of mint powder, and cumin powder. If you wish to add some extra zing, keep a few pinches of jaljeera powder ready.
In your bowl of yogurt, add the grated cucumber, chopped coriander, olive oil, salt, mint powder, and cumin powder. Give it all a good mix and refrigerate for a while.
A few other yogurt dips you can try are Honey walnut Yogurt Dip, Sumac Garlic Yoghurt Dip, Spinach yogurt dip, and Spiced beet yogurt dip to name a few.