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Haydari is a dish of the cacik type, consisting of certain herbs and spices, combined with garlic and yogurt. It differs from cacık in that the recipe contains no cucumber and calls for strained yogurt or labne. It is served purely as a meze, being more pungently appetizing - by virtue of being saltier, more acidic and of a thicker consistency - than cacık.[1]

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  1. ^ Elizabeth Taviloglu. "Haydari - Meze With Strained Yogurt, Garlic and Herbs". About.com Food. Retrieved 5 February 2015.