MEL × RIVERBEND: Bounty Bowls With Minty Labneh Sauce

Labneh Tzatziki Sauce

This sauce recipe was created to become a staple in your kitchen. It can be served alongside cut vegetables as a quick snack, in a cold or warm bowl or as a garnish on top of your favorite soup.

Like I mention in this post, it’s all about the dressing when it comes to bowls, so I figured I’d let you in on some of my favorites.

The goal with these (and every recipe created in The Nomadic Wife kitchen) is “do this easy thing & call it good”. Don’t strive for perfection. Use it as a tool. Most of all, show yourself a little grace and allow yourself the space to make it your own.

I also use a similar sauce in this recipe, as a salad dressing with broccoli and carrots or in this recipe as the dressing in yummy chickpea gyros on naan bread.

Bounty Bowls / Veggie Bowls

I can talk about eating bowls until I’m blue in the face (as you may have noticed). Truth is you can really throw in anything you like. Right now there are a lot of veggies available in your CSA bounty, so don’t be afraid to mix it up.

Try a version with mostly greens. Try one with all your veggies raw or all your veggies cooked. Go nuts!

Bounty Bowls With Minty Labneh Sauce

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time5 mins

Instructions

  • 1 C labneh
    2 T fresh mint
    2 T fresh dill
    1 large clove garlic
    2 t Himalayan salt
  • Chop your herbs and use a microplane or the small side on the box grater to grate the garlic
    Mix in with strained yogurt (labneh) * see pro tip below
    Let sit for a few minutes and salt to taste

Notes

Don't have labneh? No problem, place 1.5 C plain yogourt in a paper coffee filter and let the water drain out into a bowl. Labneh is basically drained yogourt with a little salt!

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