Cucumber Apple Tatar

Refreshing and light! My Cucumber Apple Tartare. This dish is perfect for hot summer days or whenever you feel like a light and healthy meal.

But before we dive into making this delicious tartare, let’s learn a little about cucumbers. Not only are cucumbers refreshing and versatile, but they also have some interesting facts and properties.

Things to know about cucumbers:

  1. Origin and history:
    Cucumbers have been cultivated in different parts of the world for more than 3,000 years. They originated in South Asia and are one of the oldest cultivated vegetables. Cucumbers were already a popular food in ancient Egypt and later spread to other regions through trade routes.
  2. Refreshing and hydrating:
    Cucumbers are about 95% water, making them a great thirst quencher and helping to keep the body hydrated. If you’re looking for a cool and refreshing snack option on a hot day, cucumber is the perfect choice!
  3. Health Benefits:
    Cucumbers are not only low in calories but also rich in nutrients. They contain vitamin K, vitamin C, potassium and magnesium. Cucumbers are also known for their contribution to skin health as they contain silicon, which helps strengthen connective tissues.
  4. Versatile uses:
    Cucumbers can be used in a variety of ways – from salads to sandwiches to smoothies and even in drinks like cucumber lemonade. Their mild and refreshing flavour makes them a great addition to many recipes.

Now that we have learned more about the amazing cucumber, we can look forward to making our Cucumber Apple Tartare. This simple and delicious dish will wow you with its flavour and freshness. Let’s celebrate the pleasure of cucumbers and apples together and create this summery recipe!

Preparation time: 25 minutes
Resting time: 60 minutes




1 green apple

1 cucumber

2-3 spring onions

1 bunch chopped chives

4 tbsp sour cream

2 tsp lime juice

Salt and pepper




  1. Wash the apple, cucumber and spring onions thoroughly and drain. Separate the apple from the core and cut into fine cubes.
  2. Next, cut the cucumber in half lengthwise, remove the seeds and cut into fine pieces. Then peel the spring onions and chop them finely too.
  3. Now mix all the ingredients together, add the sour cream and season with pepper, salt, lime juice and chives. Leave to stand in the fridge for an hour and then serve.