I love a good creamy sauce, so this Trader Joe’s Tzatziki is a solid recreation of traditional tzatziki found at Greek restaurants or at casual places that serve gyros. This TJ’s version is great as a dip for vegetables or meat. It has a nice cool tang to it that balances out super greasy or fatty meat really well. I think that’s part of the reason it’s often put on top of gyros meat and then stuffed into a pita. Keep in mind that there is now a Trader Joe’s Avocado Tzatziki dip that is also delicious. It’s not easy to find decent and affordable tzatziki in groceries, so this is a good option to have. Just make sure to always have some gyros meat around so you can make an amazing sandwich whenever the craving strikes………….
- 30 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 12 oz
- Made with cucumbers, milk and kefir among other ingredients
Trader Joe’s Tzatziki Sauce
I love slathering this tzatziki on my gyros. Many nights I find myself craving a good greasy sandwich so I buy the Trader Joe’s gyros meat, and then a nice fluffy pita. I crisp up the gyros meat in a pan, add some lettuce and tomatoes and onions, and plop some tzatziki right in the center. I can’t tell you how wonderfully greasy and creamy and delicious that combo is. Of course you could also use this tzatziki dip in a healthier way, like as a dip for vegetables. But that wouldn’t taste as good! What does everyone like to use this TJ’s tzatziki on? Are there any recipes that incorporate this into it in a fun or unique way?! I’d love to hear any traditional Greek ways to use this cool and creamy sauce. Check out these options if you can’t make it to TJs…..
– The Spice Way – Tzatziki Seasoning Dip (4 oz)
– Hidden Valley Greek Yogurt Cucumber Dill Dressing (Pack of 2) 12 oz Bottles
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