Onion-Yogurt Sauce

2
Digg thisPin on PinterestShare on StumbleUponTweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookEmail this to someoneShare on Google+Share on RedditShare on LinkedIn

Onion-Yogurt Saucesource: kanenas.net

A few months ago I posted a recipe for Super Garlicky Yogurt Sauce.  Since then, I’ve used the sauce almost every day… on potatoes, noodles and veggies.

But any food, even a yummy one, gets boring if it’s eaten too often. Because of that, I’ve done a little experimenting, and  I’ve come up with a delicious and simple variation. I call it Onion-Yogurt Sauce.

So far, I’ve only used the Onion-Yogurt Sauce as a topping for burritos, both plain and mixed with salsa. Both ways were great.

Next, I’m looking forward to trying a dollop as a garnish for my bean soup. I’m guessing the result will be wonderful.

Note: I tried this sauce with broccoli and it was delicious!

Annette’s Onion-Yogurt Sauce

Ingredients

1 cup plain low-fat yogurt

1/2 -1 teaspoon olive oil (optional)

3-4 tablespoons onion, finely chopped

or

1 green onion, finely chopped

salt, to taste

Directions

Combine all ingredients.  Serve immediately or allow time for flavors to meld.

Read More : Recipes or Home

Comments: 2

  1. Anshu says:

    This looks very close to the Indian dish called Raita. We make it without the oil and vary it depending on what veggie we’re using it in the yogurt.
    It can be made with onions like you showed or with grated carrots or boiled smashed potatoes or my fav grated cucumber. We also season it with red chilli powder and roasted cumin seeds.
    I love it in all its variations.

  2. admin says:

    Raita was my inspiration for all the yogurt sauces I’ve been making lately. I first tried it with the cucumber, but didn’t enjoy it, so I started making up my own versions. I’ll try it will the red chili powder and cumin. That sounds delicious!

    – Annette

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*

  • General Posts
  • Food
  • Crafts
  • Thrifty Living
  • Homeschooling
  • Kids Stuff
  • Meta Information