I absolutely enjoyed this recipe. I followed the recipe for the latkes and I loved the taste and flavors. I did use dreied dill, which was all I had on hand. I didn't make the Tzatziki, because I always have Hannah"s Tzatziki in my frig. I used the hannah's. made all twelve patties at once, however I cooked them over several days. They turned out great each day.
Zucchini-Potato Latkes with Tzatziki
Tzatziki, a flavorful Greek yogurt sauce laced with cucumber, is a tangy accompaniment for these high-fiber latkes. Make it a Meal: Enjoy with sliced fresh tomatoes and a few kalamata olives or put patties and tzatziki (yogurt sauce) in pita pockets for lunch on the go.
8 Reviews for Zucchini-Potato Latkes with Tzatziki
We enjoyed these for dinner, but they do not make a meal. Even with the addition of balsamic topped tomatoes, I found I was still hungry after eating.
Next time I would add more cheese, possibly some oregano for added flavor (they were a tad bland), and definitely some rice on the side. Tzatziki was indeed a nice touch.
Made these for lunch today. The latke by itself is okay, not the best tasting but with the tsatziki it tastes delicious. My boyfriend ate a few of them and love them. Pretty good. Does take a little prep time.
Wonderful and simple, always looking for new ways to eat my veggies! I left out the dill because I did not have any on hand, and it still had plenty of flavor. The home made tzatziki sauce was great. I will be making a big batch to keep on hand, I already can think of so many uses. Overall yum! This is a new favorite.
These turned out really well and were a hit with some picky eaters! Also a great way to use up our farm fresh zucchini. I actually used shredded raw potato and the latkes turned out fine. I did salt the shredded zucchini and the shredded potato, let them sit for 15 minutes, and squeezed out a lot of liquid before I formed them into patties and fried them. I'll definitely be making this recipe again, though it did take me longer than 40 minutes.