This dressing has been my recent go-to. It's delicious on everything - use it thicker as a dip and thin it out with some extra lemon juice or a splash of water to use as a dressing. As a dressing, it's amazing on kale or romaine lettuce, though it makes a great sauce for chicken or on a burger. The options are endless! It's savoury and light, and good for you too. 

Recipe by: Abra Snider
Serves: 4
Prep Time: Quick & Easy


1.5 cups non-fat plain greek yogurt

1 cup cucumber

1 tablespoon pure lemon juice

1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil

1 garlic

1 tablespoon dill

0.25 cups goat feta

1 salt and pepper to taste

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Prep: Seed and chop cucumber (half-moons are nice if you're using it for a kale salad; shredded works best if you're using it as a dip). Mince garlic clove. Crumble feta.

1. Combine the ingredients in a bowl and mix until well combined. Set aside for 10-15 minutes or cover and chill for a few hours. 

2. Meanwhile, if making kale salad: wash, rip, and dry kale leaves. Massage with some olive oil, salt, and lemon. Toss with dressing (thin out if too thick). If making romaine salad: wash, rip, and dry salad and toss with the dressing (thin out if too thick). 

3. If using as a dip, prepare your vegetables, breads, or crackers and dip!