[difficulty] easy
[serving] 4
  • 160g Greek yoghurt
  • 1 preserved lemon + 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 garlic clove, puréed
[time] 5 minutes
  1. Finely chop the preserved lemon flesh and rind and stir into the yoghurt
  2. Add the garlic and fresh lemon juice, and stir in a little salt
  3. And that’s it! We recommend serving with breadsticks or baked tortilla chips

Check out Emily’s other mezze dishes to create the ultimate sugar-free, Middle-Eastern inspired feast!

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GarlicLove it or hate it, garlic boasts a host of great health benefits. When chopped, allicin is produced, which is a powerful enzyme that helps to boost immune function, reduce inflammation and offer antioxidant benefits. Plus, garlic is full of prebiotics, which help to keep the probiotics in your gut functioning normally.
Greek yoghurtWith its smooth, creamy texture and slightly tangy flavour, yoghurt is sometimes referred to as the 'original health food', helping with immune function, weight loss and more. Compared to natural yoghurt, Greek yoghurt is thicker, tangier and more protein-rich. This is because it has been strained to remove the whey.

Emily English

Emily is a fully qualified, registered nutritionist with a degree from Kings College London. We had the pleasure of working with Emily to develop some delicious sugar-free meals for our #SugarlessSundays movement. Emily believes that nutrition goes beyond what we eat; it is also about how we eat, our environment and our lifestyles. This holistic approach carries over to her private work, where she caters to her clients' unique nutritional needs, helping them optimise their health.

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