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Greek cuisine: Potatoes with tzatziki (video included)

Ingredients: 16 small potatoes, one grated cucumber, two cloves of garlic (grated), two cups of Greek yoghurt, olive oil, salt, pepper. For decoration: 125g of black olives and five anchovies along with 25g of capers, olive oil.Preparation: Boil the potatoes and then cut a small hole, removing a bit of the inside of the potato. Stuff each potato with tzatziki that is simply prepared by mixing the rest of the ingredients together. Decorate the potatoes with the anchovies and capers that have been mixed in a blender along with the olives.

(Source: Jana Liptáková)

Ingredients: 16 small potatoes, one grated cucumber, two cloves of garlic (grated), two cups of Greek yoghurt, olive oil, salt, pepper. For decoration: 125g of black olives and five anchovies along with 25g of capers, olive oil.
Preparation: Boil the potatoes and then cut a small hole, removing a bit of the inside of the potato. Stuff each potato with tzatziki that is simply prepared by mixing the rest of the ingredients together. Decorate the potatoes with the anchovies and capers that have been mixed in a blender along with the olives.

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