Lemony Yoghurt Sauce


  • 1 Cup of Greek Yoghurt (240g)
  • Juice of 2 Lemons, Zest of 1
  • 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil
  • 2 Cloves of Garlic, Minced
  • Coarse Salt & Pepper

This recipe couldn’t be easier and is extremely versatile. I use it literally all the time, as a dipping sauce, as a condiment in sandwiches and also as a marinade for chicken or fish. It’s simple and creamy and adds a little citrus zing to any dish!

Add the greek yoghurt to a bowl and then pour in the lemon juice and zest, mixing them to combine.

Then add in the olive oil, garlic and the salt and pepper and mix it all together.



5 Comments to Lemony Yoghurt Sauce

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  2. […] Serve and enjoy! I sprinkled mine with some toasted pumpkin seeds. It’s also delicious with a drizzle of my Lemony Yoghurt Sauce. […]

  3. […] These are so delicious and a nice twist on how you usually have sweet potatoes. By spicy I don’t necessarily mean hot, more so full of spices! The spices absolutely transform the sweet potatoes, accentuating the sweetness and giving them a little heat while the sesame seeds give them a lovely crunch and a bit of nutiness- heaven. They go great with a drizzle of my Lemony Yoghurt Sauce. […]

  4. […] them with so many different things and in so many different ways, this time I went for a light Lemony Yoghurt Sauce for drizzling and dipping. I had some amazing yellow and round courgettes from the garden, but […]

  5. Laura says:

    Just made this as a dressing for salad…was amazing thank you so much! This will defo be a staple in our diet from now on x