"Haydari is a traditional Turkish yogurt sauce loaded with fresh herbs and salty feta. Deliciously creamy, salty and refreshing."
-- @noasmodernkitchen
A Note from Feedfeed

Haydari is usually served as a mezze dish and is typically enjoyed with hot pide (flatbreads) and grilled meats. The main difference between haydari and tzatziki is that there is no cucumber in haydari. Instead, it is thicker, and creamier and celebrates the flavors of the fresh herbs.


Nutritional Info:

Nutrition per serving: 63 calories, 3g total fat (1.9g saturated fat), 4g protein, 5g carbohydrates, 0.4g fiber, 4.6g sugar (3g added sugar), 88mg sodium

Allergens: dairy


Prep time 5mins
Serves or Makes: 4


  • 15 grams feta cheese, fresh or vegan
  • 2 tablespoons dill
  • 10 mint leaves
  • 1 tablespoon parsley
  • 200 grams full fat Greek yogurt, fresh or vegan
  • 1 pinch of sea salt flakes


  • Step 1

    Crumble the feta cheese into a bowl.

  • Step 2

    Add the finely chopped herbs, yogurt and the pinch of sea salt. Mix well until everything is combined.

  • Step 3

    When ready to serve, drizzle with good quality olive oil and some sprigs of dill.

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