This addictive yogurt-based dip is like tzatziki dressed up for a party. Those fried shallots—which are available at Asian supermarkets—put it over the top, but regular ol' jarred fried onions will work great too.
Using a microplane, finely grate 1 garlic clove into a small bowl.
Add ¾ cup yogurt, 1 Tbsp. garam masala, and 1 tsp. salt and stir with a spoon to combine.
Finely chop 1 cucumber and gently stir into yogurt.
Top cucumber yogurt with ½ cup pomegranate seeds and ½ cup fried shallots. Serve with pita chips alongside.
Recipe by Lauren Schaefer
Curry-Cucumber Dip with Fried Shallots
Reviews SectionIt was great! I had no issues finding the ingredients, and I found there was just enough spice in the recipe. Make sure to taste your Garam Masala, since it can vary by brand.AnonymousColumbia, SC01/11/[email protected] Bock, or anyone who can't find an ingredient: Type into your search enginewhat can i use in place of pomegranate seedsand you'll get at least a few hits (some will be more useful than others).In this case. a site called gourmetsleuth had some ideas (I didn't insert the link bc I don't know whether this site allows them). Good luck.The recipe calls for too much garam masala. I think it should have been only 1 teaspoon as opposed to 1 tablespoon.AnonymousHouston, TX11/24/19Calls for too much salt/garam masala. Next time I'm gonna cut back on those two and beef up the cucumber dosage and I think its gonna be pretty good then.Easy to make, refreshing and a crowd pleaser. However, I couldn't find pomegranate seeds, had to go without - any recommendations on substitutions for next time?
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