We hope you enjoy this selection of 62 delicious cucumber recipes that we’ve found from around the web.
Some we created, some we researched for their uniqueness or simplicity, and others we made that we just love to eat and share.
Our favorite cucumbers are English cucumbers.
They are seedless with thinner skin and ridges, which is why they tend to arrive in stores wrapped in plastic.
Not great for the environment, but they are pretty fragile.
I also love baby cucumbers, aka mini cucumbers, gherkins (aka cocktail cucumbers), and just the average kind, which is in the gourd family, believe it or not.
It just occurred to me that I’m not sure if a cucumber ever gets ripe, or is unripe, or if something is ever “wrong” with my cucumber.
I always refrigerate them right away and cut into them whenever I need them without thinking too much about whether it’s ready.
Hm, further research is required. Are they “born” such a dark green?
I will report back.
Until then, enjoy our list of recipes that feature this easy-to-grow, easy-to-care-for, inexpensive green veggie with high water content, crisp outside, and tender inside.
Not in the mood to make a darn thing?
Wash your cucumber and cut slices for dipping into hummus, bean dip, or our crazy delish Crack Dip!
These are one of my favorite Saturday lunch ideas.
They are light and simple but also delicious.
Sometimes if I am looking for an afternoon snack, I will make one of these and take it back to my desk.
I prefer these on soft white bread, but rye bread is also a popular bread for them. Also, cut your cucumber slices as thinly as possible.
Hot tip: Use a mandoline slicer to cut your cucumber.
This cucumber salad is quite easy to make.
The ingredient list feels a bit long at first glance, but they are mostly basic pantry ingredients.
Do note that this is a recipe that’s got a lot of liquid.
So you may want to serve it in a small bowl on or alongside the plate.
The recipe calls for red onion, but that is me adding a Southern flair to the recipe.
The traditional version of the German Cucumber Salad calls for white onion.
But I shy away from raw white onion these days.
It is just a bit harsh to me but feel free to use it if you have it.
Sweet Vidalia Onion is always a winner too.
When reading this recipe article, take particular note of the tip about drying the cucumber slices first.
It really does help with the recipe.
This is a recipe that we eat in our house multiple times a week.
We make this so often that there is almost always a container of it in the fridge.
This quick pickled cukes recipe is so easy to make, and it goes with so many other dishes.
We serve these as a side to baked salmon and put them on burgers.
It is incredibly versatile.
You only need four ingredients: cucumber, vinegar, sugar, and salt.
This cucumber tomato salad is so simple to make that it only has a few steps.
Wash the veggies.
Then cut the veggies.
Then combine the ingredients and toss.
Yep, that’s it, folks.
I do believe that fresh basil really makes the recipe, but if you can’t find any, dried basil will be fine.
Infused water is all the rage.
It is refreshing and a nice change from plain, ordinary water or “sad water” as I call it.
Our cucumber water, of course, has cucumber and water, but our other ingredients are a teaspoon of sugar, lemon, and Tajin.
Yep, Tajin, that lime and chili seasoning available in most supermarkets in the U.S.
This combo makes for a lime-scented, refreshing cucumber water that isn’t ordinary.
This Cucumber Avocado Soup should be served chilled.
So when planning out your meal, do keep that in mind because it will need time to chill in advance of serving.
This is a very creamy soup.
It is a fantastic opening dish for a cookout or a steak dinner.
It is unique, and your guests will be surprised by it.
This is a bright salad that screams summer but can be eaten year-round.
The combination of lemon and herbs, along with cold shrimp and cucumber, make this a refreshing cucumber salad.
You can serve this with toasted crostini or on buttery crackers.
It is a versatile salad, and you could even toss it with cooked bowtie pasta.
This is a Pico recipe that has added crunch because of the cucumber.
It is a bit different than your average Pico De Gallo recipe.
You only need cucumber, tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and lime.
If you want to add a bit of heat, you could mince some jalapeño as well.
Serve it with crispy chips such as your favorite tortilla chip or on top of some pork tacos.
This couscous salad would be a terrific side dish for a cookout.
It is recommended that you serve it cold.
With just a few ingredients, it is surprisingly flavorful.
The feta cheese and lemon combined together to provide a zesty tang to this cucumber salad.
It is recommended that you use English cucumbers for this recipe and fresh parsley.
This is a fun cucumber appetizer.
Instead of using a bagel, you serve the yummy bagel toppings on a cucumber.
Cucumbers make excellent bread replacements, and this will be fun to eat.
The cucumber still adds stability for the toppers and a bit of crunch when you bite.
The cream cheese compliments the cucumber perfectly, especially when you add in all of the herbs and seasonings.
Tzatziki is an appetizing Greek yogurt-based dip that goes great with pita bread or vegetables.
It’s also excellent for dipping grilled meat and chicken.
These cucumber chips are the most amazingly delicious snack you’ll ever eat.
They’re crisp, they’re crunchy, and they’re so good that you’ll want to make them again and again.
This Greek Yogurt Rotisserie Chicken Salad recipe is a mouth-watering way to get your protein and veggies in one go.
It’s packed with veggies, chicken, and Greek yogurt, all tossed together for a creamy salad that’s as satisfying as it is filling.
These stuffed cucumber bites are an excellent way to enjoy a snack that is light, crackling, and full of flavor.
The cream cheese and walnuts are both rich and crunchy, which adds texture to the dish.
The fresh parsley adds a burst of color, while the paprika adds a touch of spice.
This pasta salad is the finest choice for summer picnics, barbecues, and potlucks.
If you’re looking for an innovative twist on your typical pasta salad, this Creamy Tomato Cucumber Pasta Salad takes 15 minutes to prepare and comes out lush and crackling with each bite.
Japanese cucumbers are a lovely alternative to traditional cucumbers.
The skin is thinner, and the flavor is sweeter than the average cucumber, so it’s a great choice for this salad.
The salad itself is simple but awe-inspiringly delectable: just combine fresh cucumbers, salt, and sesame seeds in a bowl and mix well.
This 3-minute sandwich is just the thing for a lazy afternoon.
A thin layer of cream cheese goes between two slices of lavash bread, with a thin layer of Persian cucumber on top.
This tangy cool ranch dressing is the ideal complement to any warm meal.
The cucumber and fresh herbs add a surprising burst of flavor that’s sure to please.
Cucumber boats are the most amazing vessel for tuna salad because they’re thin and crispy, which adds dimension to any dish.
The texture is sublime for scooping up the tuna salad if you want more of a communal feel, and you’ll find yourself going back for seconds before you know it.
This cucumber salad is made with English cucumbers, which are long, thin, and don’t have seeds.
The dressing is simple but has complex flavors from the sesame oil, soy sauce, and rice vinegar.
The toasted sesame oil boasts an earthy and nutty zing that blends surprisingly well with soy sauce and rice vinegar—it brings out all of those delightful Asian flavors without being too heavy or overpowering!
These Cucumber Ranch Turkey Wraps are a great lunch to make on the go, or for a quick dinner.
They’re made with cream cheese, ranch seasoning, and diced cucumbers—all wrapped up in a flour tortilla.
Topped with deli turkey and pepper, these wraps are sure to become one of your go-to meals.
24. Cucumber Muffins
These Cucumber Muffins are the secret to sneaking some veggies into your little one’s meals.
They’re scrumptious and kid-approved, plus you can make them with your kids.
Just blend cucumbers with a little oil and sugar, then mix in some eggs, flour, baking soda, salt, baking powder, and spices.
This slaw is a novel way to use up leftover mango and cucumber in your fridge.
It’s full of farm-fresh vegetables and topped with sesame seeds, coconut aminos or soy sauce, and fish sauce.
This Chinese Smashed Cucumber Salad recipe is a light, spicy dish that you’ll want to serve with every meal.
The dressing is made with garlic, ginger, chili flakes, Korean pepper flakes, and salt.
Tossed with cucumbers and served cold, it’s good enough to enjoy as a meal all on its own!
This recipe takes butter, olive oil, and avocado to pack a lot of flavor into the shrimp balanced by cucumber.
You’ll be surprised how such a rich and creamy dish can feel anything but overwhelming.
This recipe is a great way to enjoy the sweet, refreshing flavor of cucumber lemonade without all of the added sugar.
The addition of honey helps to balance out the tartness of lemon while keeping your drink satisfyingly sweet.
This green cabbage cucumber salad is just the thing you need to clear out leftovers in your fridge and make sure your family clears their plates.
You can use any protein—like ham, turkey, pork, chicken, and lamb to add heartiness to this dish.
The dressing is made with sunflower oil, vinegar, salt, and pepper, so it’s not too heavy on the stomach.
We made this Spicy Cucumber Salad recipe last week, and it was SO good!
We’ve always loved cucumbers, but never before had we combined them with garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil, and black vinegar!
The result was a delightfully invigorating dish–light and flavorful.
Fresh corn, cilantro, red onion, and jalapeños are tossed with lime juice, mayonnaise, chili powder, and salt for a salad that’s light but satisfying.
The crunchy cucumber slices balance out the softness of the corn kernels, while green chilies add a kick of spice.
33. Cucumber Bites
These Cucumber Bites are the ideal blend of spicy, creamy, and crunchy.
The chicken is cooked and shredded, mixed with plain yogurt and Frank’s Red Hot sauce, then mixed with blue cheese crumbles, finely chopped green onions, and ground black pepper to taste.
This cucumber salad is a must-try.
The vinaigrette has the right mix of herbs and garlic, and the flavor really comes together when you add some red wine vinegar and olive oil.
Are you eager to add the zing of cucumber and red pepper to your relish?
This sweet cucumber relish may be just what you’re looking for!
The mixture of canning salt, celery seed, mustard seed, and turmeric will give your relish a bright yellow color that really pops when it’s served alongside other dishes.
This meal is a satisfying, revitalizing snack that you can whip up in less than five minutes.
It’s so simple: prepare your hummus (or make it from scratch), add in a cucumber and a handful of dill leaves, then squeeze lime juice over top.
This salad boasts a combination of tomatoes, cucumber, onion, parsley, cilantro, and oil is a great way to get all the flavors of your garden into one dish.
The dressing has a delightful balance of acidity from the vinegar and sweetness from the sugar that perfectly complements the other ingredients without overwhelming them.
The Stuffed Cucumbers With Bacon Ranch Filling is a party appetizer that will leave your guests in awe.
The bacon and ranch flavors go together well, and the cream cheese makes the cucumbers creamy and enjoyable.
Watermelon Cucumber Basil Lemonade is the sweetest poolside drink.
The sweet watermelon, crisp cucumber, and basil pair perfectly with the tart lemonade that gives this drink its refreshing taste.
This salad is the culminating combination of sweet and savory.
The blueberries, basil, and onion are all sweet, while the cucumber, feta cheese, and vinegar bring out their savory side.
The dressing brings it all together with a tangy kick.
This salad is made with sour cream and vinegar, which gives it a unique twang that’s out of this world.
Looking to spice up your regular egg salads?
This recipe takes the creaminess of the avocado and the restorative taste of cucumbers to elevate plain old egg salad.
When it comes to lunch, we don’t just want something appetizing; we want something fun!
Chicken Cucumber Salad Bites are both.
They’re easy to make, and all their ingredients combine for a refreshing and addictive snack.
The cucumber sandwich is the perfect marriage of freshness, crunchiness, and flavor.
The secret to this sandwich’s deliciousness?
A perfectly-diced cucumber.
Buffalo Chicken Cucumber Bites pack a ton of protein in one little bite.
The buffalo chicken filling is made with shredded chicken, cream cheese, hot sauce, and celery.
Each bite is packed with a kick that your mouth will miss the moment they’re gone!
This salad goes great with any type of meat—and it’s even delicious on its own!
You can serve it at a backyard barbecue or as a side dish for lunch or dinner.
It’s also ideal for potlucks and other events where you need something that can be made ahead of time.
This salad is a great way to get your fill of vegetables with a simple dressing and just a little bit of spice.
It’s perfect for people who don’t like big, heavy meals.
Keto Cucumber Bites With Tuna are a great snack if you love all things keto and low-carb.
These make an excellent appetizer or snack if you want something that’s easy to have but incredibly satiating to eat.
This Chilled Cucumber Soup With Chili & Lime will knock your socks off.
The cucumber provides a cool and crisp texture that pairs well with the spicy lime juice and chili powder.
Scrambled Eggs & Stir-Fried Cucumber are like a warm and sunny day.
It’s an exceptional thing to eat on a sunny day, because it’s bright, fun, and makes you feel good.
52. Cucumber Kimchi
Cucumber Kimchi is made with English cucumbers, green onions, garlic, ginger, Korean red pepper flakes (also known as Gochugaru), and tamari coconut aminos.
If you’re tired of the classic cabbage kimchi, switch it up with the cooler cucumber version!
This tasty salsa is the perfect way to get a dose of veggies in a tasty dip!
The cucumber, avocado, tomato, and onion create a wonderful well of flavor that level up any plain vegetable you choose to dip into it.
This drink is a refreshing way to start your day.
Just put all the ingredients in your blender and let it do the work.
The lime juice adds a tart flavor that’s bright and tangy, while the cucumber gives it a cool, crisp finish.
This pasta salad is a celebration of what’s good about cucumbers: their crunchy texture, their fresh aroma, and their bright, exhilarating flavor.
It’s a side dish that goes amazingly well with grilled meats or fish, but it’s also hearty enough to keep you going through the day.
Use up some of your garden’s bounty with this Cucumber Cannellini Bean Salad With Dill recipe.
The dill adds a nice herbal kick, while the lemon juice adds a touch of citrus.
This salad is the star of Bollywood.
You’ll be surprised how it hits all the right flavor notes.
Spicy, savory, crackling, and surprising, this salad steals the show every time it makes an appearance.
Cucumber Smoked Salmon Rolls are an elegant twist on a classic sushi roll.
The freshness of the cucumber, combined with the smoky flavor of the salmon, makes this dish a crowd-pleaser.
It’s a salad that’s creamy, but not too heavy.
It’s a salad that’s got cucumbers and dill, but it still feels fancy and luxurious.
It’s a salad that you can’t stop eating until the bowl is gone!
This recipe is simple, but it’s not your average sorbet.
It’s got a little bit of basil and a little bit of cucumber, but the basil is really what makes it pop.
The fresh herb and the sweet fruit go together amazingly well—you’ll be shocked at how well they complement each other!
This interesting-sounding mocktail is made with sliced strawberries, sliced cucumbers, sliced limes, and fresh mint leaves.
If you want to get tipsy, you can make it your own by replacing the water with your favorite liquor.
These cookies are the finest mix of sweet and tart.
They’re a great choice for any time of year, but especially during the holidays when you need something to keep you going.
My top pick from the list is numero uno: Cucumber Sandwiches.
They are easy to make, as filling as you want them to be, and you can customize them with different seasonings to your taste.
I enjoy them open-faced, but as a normal sandwich, they make great finger food at teas and luncheons.
Want more? Here are 12 Cucumber Appetizers that include cucumber boats!
- Cucumber Sandwiches
- German Cucumber Salad
- Quick Pickled Cucumbers
- Cucumber Tomato Salad
- Cucumber Water
- Cucumber Avocado Soup
- Asian Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Shrimp Salad With Lemon
- Cucumber Pico De Gallo
- Cucumber Couscous Salad\
- Everything But The Bagel Cucumbers
- Homemade Tzatziki
- Baked Cucumber Chips
- Greek Yogurt Rotisserie Chicken Salad
- Stuffed Cucumber Bites
- Cucumber Avocado Feta Salad
- Creamy Tomato Cucumber Pasta Salad
- Japanese Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber & Cream Cheese Sandwich
- Cucumber Ranch Dressing
- Tuna Salad Cucumber Boat
- Asian Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Ranch Turkey Wraps
- Cucumber Muffins
- Mango Cucumber Summer Slaw
- Chinese Smashed Cucumber Salad
- Shrimp Avocado Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Lemonade Sweetened With Honey
- Cucumber Sushi
- Green Cabbage Cucumber Salad
- Spicy Cucumber Salad
- Mexican Street Corn & Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Bites
- Cucumber Salad With Herb Garlic Vinaigrette
- Sweet Cucumber Relish
- Cucumber Bruschetta
- Cucumber Dill Hummus
- Rustic Tomato Cucumber Salad
- Stuffed Cucumbers With Bacon Ranch Filling
- Watermelon Cucumber Basil Lemonade
- Blueberry Cucumber Salad
- Hungarian Cucumber Salad
- Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad
- Chicken Salad Cucumber Bites
- British Cucumber Sandwiches
- Buffalo Chicken Cucumber Bites
- Sesame Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Onion Salad
- Keto Cucumber Bites With Tuna
- Chilled Cucumber Soup With Chili & Lime
- Scrambled Eggs & Stir-Fried Cucumber
- Cucumber Kimchi
- Cucumber Avocado Salsa
- Cucumber Lime Smoothie
- Cucumber Pasta Salad
- Cucumber Cannellini Bean Salad With Dill
- Indian Cucumber Peanut Salad
- Cucumber Smoked Salmon Rolls
- Creamy Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber Basil Sorbet
- Strawberry Lime Cucumber & Mint Water
- Cucumber Frosted Cookies
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