Zahtar Yogurt Dip & Pita Triangles
Seasoned yogurt is the base for many Middle Eastern dips. In this recipe, Zahtar Spice Blend fills the yogurt dip with spice and is served with Cinnabar Smoke Spice Blend coated pitas for a tasty pairing of smoky and spicy!
1 tsp. Vik's Garlic Fix! Spice Blend
1 tsp. Lemon Sugar
Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Cinnabar Smoke Spice Blend (to taste)
1 medium cucumber, peeled, seeded and chopped
1 cup Greek-style yogurt
Toasted walnuts, chopped
1 pkg pita bread
TOSS cucumber with Lemon Sugar and set aside.
WHISK together spiced cream cheese and yogurt. Fold in cucumbers and juices. Spread in a shallow serving dish and garnish with toasted walnuts. Drizzle Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil over dip.
MAKE Cinnabar Smoke Pita triangles. Cut pita bread into triangles; brush with Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and lightly dust with Cinnabar Smoke Spice Blend.
PLACE about 8 inches under a broiler until edges are just beginning to brown. Remove and serve with Zahtar Yogurt Dip.
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