Hello everyone, The other day I was chatting with a really sweet new blogger friend, in regards to recipes with Courgettes/Zucchinis. She mentioned that her garden is filled with Courgettes, and besides soups she really didn’t know what else to do with them. So, because I know she is a very busy bee, I am posting another recipe that I think she will enjoy, as I hope you will too. 🙂
This appetizer goes great with the famous Tzaziki Dip, which I think or I am sure most know of, so to accompany this absolutely delicious Courgette dish, I made the traditional Tzatziki dip. This dip recipe varies from region to region in Greece, others add dill, other add capers, personally the taste is the same as long as there is cucumber, olive oil, and garlic it’s Tzaziki.
The drinks that usually accompany these types of appetizers is Ouzo or Tsipouro, but again it could be beer, (I don’t drink Ouzo or Tsipouro…I am more of a wine person 🙂 ) it all comes down to what you enjoy drinking. 🙂
I hope you enjoy both recipes. 🙂
1 kilo Courgette/Zucchini
1/4 cup Dill chopped
1/4 cup Parsley choppped
1/4 cup Mint choppped (optional)
150 grams Self-rishing flour
Grate and set in the sink so that all the excess water can drain.
In a large bowl add in the Courgette, herbs, eggs, flour, salt, pepper and combine. Then with a spoon scoop one tablespoon of the mixture and set into the frying pan.
Each side needs about 5 minutes to fry. Turn over when one side is golden brown.
1/2 kilo Yogurt
3-4 Garlic cloves
1/2 cup Olive Oil
1 tablespoon of Vinegar (white)
Dill or Parsley (optional)
Cut Cucumber into 4 pieces, and spoon out the seeds.
Next grate the cucumber/
Use this little gadget if you have one for the garlic. If you don’t I used a multi-blender until I got one and it worked out just fine for me.
Add into the cucumber all the ingredients and mix….:)
Simple to make and rather quickly…
Kali Orexei!! 🙂