Yogurt dip with honey & Sriracha

Whipping a real quick post with this super quick yogurt dip. It is a soothing sauce with a little kick – perfect to enjoy with just about anything. If you are looking for sauces that are low carb accompaniments for your breakfast or snacks, then you are surely in for a treat ! Presenting this delicious dip, Yogurt dip with honey and Sriracha 🙂

I have to confess that i love having home baked bread for breakfast every single day. I feel a sense of pride and joy in eating a bread that has humble ingredients and oodles of home love and care 🙂 Now, as the saying goes ” Bread and Butter is a match made in Heaven”, i do love a good smear of butter on my bread too. Just last week, i made my first batch of home made butter and it is truly delicious !That butter actually gave me such a big itch to make some whole wheat bread too that i ended up baking 2 giant loaves… proofing and shaping and what not at midnight !

So, where does this dip fit in the conversation?

Well, past 1 month has been crazy hot weather here in San Diego and i am loosing my appetite for fried food or anything with too much oil or butter. That is leaving me eating salads almost everyday and i was back to milk and cereals for a while before the bread baking itch 😛 Now, when the breads were baked and it was time to eat, i realized that i was in mood for a cold, yogurt dip to go along the bread. With some hung yogurt stocked with me, i quickly whipped this up 🙂

Yogurt dip with honey & Sriracha

Yogurt dip with honey & Sriracha

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yogurt dip with honey and sriracha Ingredients

  • hung yogurt (u can also use a thick yogurt like Greek yogurt. Try not to use sour or old yogurt)- 1 cup
  • Olive oil – 1 tsp
  • salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
  • Sriracha/hot sauce (adjust the quantity as per choice)- 1 tablespoon
  • honey- 1 tablespoon
  • dried oregano- 1 tsp


Whisk the hung yogurt till smooth. Mix all the ingredients together and refrigerate for atleast an hour. Serve cold

Can be stored in an airtight container and under refrigeration for over a fortnight.

This dip is perfect in many sense. It is smooth and silky which is perfect as a topping for sandwiches/crackers and works great as a salad dressing as well. Just yesterday i used this a base for my cold pasta salad and it was Delicious !! Make it right away and enjoy the bread with this dip this summer !!

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