Meaning of tzatziki in English:

tzatziki

Pronunciation /tsatˈsiːki/

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noun

mass noun
  • A Greek side dish of yogurt with cucumber, garlic, and often mint.

    ‘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).’
    • ‘There is also a Greek cuisine promotion, which features quasi-traditional Greek dishes, including the appetizer platter with pita bread, hummus, tzatziki, eggplant dressing, Greek yogurt and feta cheese.’
    • ‘But don't expect traditional Greek fare like skewers of chicken souvlaki, tzatziki and rice pilaf.’

Origin

Modern Greek.