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Yogurt Middle Eastern Salad

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This Middle Eastern salad is usually served with rice. It is refreshing and can be eaten with many foods.

Ingredients

2 cups plain yogurt

1 spoon dry mint

1 cucumber peeled and grated

 

Directions:

Put yogurt in a bowl and whisk until smooth, add mint and whisk. Peel and grate cucumber add to yogurt and stir.

 

 

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. This is similar to the Bulgarian yogurt salad “mlechna salata” Really nice and refreshing in the summer! 🙂 Usually they use a bit of garlic and parsley.. but the mint sounds interesting.

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    September 22, 2015

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