- From Greek τζατζίκι (tzatzíki), from Turkish cacık. (Wiktionary)
“The tang of the tzatziki is great, overall a decent meal.”
“Val, tzatziki is great for anything fried and would definiely go great with falafel.”
“The sauce is called cacık, from which the word tzatziki derives.”
“The only good thing I found was that the tzatziki is just as good as Kwik Meal’s.”
“I should have been skeptical though because the gyro I’m looking for shouldn’t have a special “white sauce” worth mentioning, it should just have plain tzatziki, a simple yogurt sauce that matches perfectly with the gyro meat.”
“My family made yogurt and cucumber salad too Greeks call it tzatziki and I knew the flavor: the dried mint and cucumber, the coppery bite of garlic embedded in the creamy yogurt.”
“Eugene's masala-rubbed lamb with "tzatziki" and Basmati rice won.”
“Best moment: I liked Gail's awkward two-step, but Eugene's surprise success with his "tzatziki," AKA "curds and rice," was awesome.”
“I'lI go for the Turkish breakfast, and at lunch, for lamb shawarma, beet tzatziki and the homemade hummus and pita.”
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