Skyr, the popular Icelandic dairy product that’s similar to strained yoghurt, is high in protein and low in fat, so great if you are on a diet as the protein will keep you feeling fuller for longer. Olives are consumed regularly in the Mediterranean diet, and their diet is one of the healthiest in the world.
Preparation time – 5 Minutes
Cooking time – 10 minutes
2 x packs HECK Super Greens balls (and four long skewers)
150g Skyr (if you can’t find Skyr use quark or fat free natural yoghurt)
40g cucumber, chopped into very small pieces
3g chopped fresh dill
10g minced Garlic
1 head of romaine lettuce
45g kalamata olives
2 vine tomatoes
4 x gluten free pitta bread
1 lemon cut into wedges
Pre-heat the grill to high. Place four Super Greens balls onto each skewer and grill for around 10 minutes, turning the skewers regularly until the balls are nicely coloured and cooked all the way through.
For the tzatziki, put the skyr, cucumber, dill and garlic into a bowl and mix well.
For the salad, take the tomatoes and cut into wedges. Wash and roughly chop the lettuce and toss with the olives and tomato pieces.
Lightly griddle the pitta bread for some colour.
Divide the salad between four plates and top with a generous dollop of the tzatziki.
Add a pitta on the side of each plate and top with a skewer of the Super Greens balls.