Definition of tzatziki in English:

tzatziki

Syllabification: tza·tzi·ki
Pronunciation: /tsäˈtsēkē
 
/
(also tzatziki sauce)

noun

A sauce of Greek origin, made from yogurt, garlic, and cucumbers.
More example sentences
  • The scientists from Glasgow University were astounded at how quickly tzatziki, souvlaki and Greek salads were replaced with burgers, fish suppers and Scotch pies.
  • Hummus, taramasalata, tzatziki, moussaka, souvlaki - all the greatest hits are present and correct in Aberdeen's only Greek restaurant.
  • Calamari was deep-fried and served with tzatziki (a yogurt, garlic and cucumber sauce).

Origin

mid 20th century: modern Greek, from Turkish cacık.

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