Prepare the Sauce as in Tzatziki but only drain the yougurt for 6 to 7 hours. The mixture can be used in several ways. It is zesty on hamburger sandwiches. Top each burger with a slice of ripe tomato, a small heap of grated cabbage, and a dollop of Tzatziki sauce. It can also be served with grilled meats. The meat juices mingling with the tzatziki are utterly delicious. As a sauce for tomatoes, it is something special. Cut several ripe tomatoes into sections, cutting from stem to stern, but do not cut all the way through. Open the tomato like a flower. Salt lightly and invert on paper towles to drain for a few minutes. Fill each tomato with some tzatziki and garnish with fresh mint.
Your Tzatziki Sauce is ready. Happy cooking!
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