Looking for a delicious dish to take your tastebuds on a trip to the Mediterranean? Check out these amazing Greek chicken recipes!
These dishes are flavorful and easy to make. Not to mention, they’re perfect for busy moms and home cooks.
Plus, they’re sure to please any foodie’s palate.
From souvlaki to pastitsada and everything in between, this list has it all.
There are even several recipes for those on low-carb or low-calorie diets.
Check out the keto spanakopita stuffed chicken or the Greek chicken salad in those cases.
Basically, there’s something here for everyone. Try out these Greek chicken recipes today!
The first thing to know about making Greek chicken is how to prepare the marinade.
If you can get it right, everything else will fall into place.
Of course, that doesn’t mean every Greek chicken recipe uses the same marinade. That would make this a very short list!
Still, this is an easy-to-make, all-purpose marinade for when you want a taste of Greece.
It’s flavorful, both savory and zesty. And you probably have everything you need to make it already.
You can pull it together in just a few minutes. Then, it’s just a matter of cooking your chicken however you like.
Trust me, get this marinade under your belt, and you’ll be fine.
Hoping to keep the vampires away or just really love garlic? Garlicky Greek chicken is the recipe for you!
It’s delightfully garlicky, and every bite has a big wallop of umami yumminess.
It’s also covered in a delectable glaze and comes with asparagus and zucchini.
It’s a robust chicken dish that smells as good as it tastes. Your whole family will love it.
I love dishes that are both bright and herby. That’s one of my favorite flavor combinations.
That’s why I like this Greek chicken and potatoes dish so much.
It’s a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs meal that’ll keep you full all night. However, the taste is light, bright, and full of lemon and garlic.
When it comes to chicken dishes, the juicier they are, the better! And you can’t beat a Greek chicken bake for juiciness.
The chicken is tender and juicy, with a slightly crisp, herb skin. There’s also lemon juice, olives, and ready-to-burst cherry tomatoes.
Everything in this dish adds color, taste, and moisture.
With this tasty all-in-one meal, you’ll never have to worry about dry chicken.
These bite-sized nuggets are low in carbs and calories. Fortunately, they’re high in protein and flavor.
They boast a bright, lemon-herb flavor with lots of oregano.
Eat them alone, in a gyro, sandwich, or salad. Either way, you’re sure to love them.
Greek souvlaki are tender meat kebabs served with warm pita bread. This recipe for it is one of the very best, too.
Souvlaki takes some time and several ingredients to make. Luckily, it’s all worth it in the end, as no one will complain about the result.
The chicken is succulent and perfectly marinated.
Wrap it in pita bread and add all your favorite toppings for a complete, nutritious meal.
Tender, well-seasoned chicken thighs are smothered in garlic yogurt sauce.
If that doesn’t sound delicious, then you and I have different tastes.
The refreshing cucumber-feta salad is just a bonus on this one.
The chicken is tasty enough on its own. Next to that tangy salad, though, it’s unbeatable.
Are you looking for a delicious and healthy soup recipe to keep you warm all winter?
This Greek lemon chicken soup is perfect for any occasion.
It’s loaded with fresh ingredients and will quickly become a family favorite. Plus, it’s so comforting.
Go to sleep with this in your belly, and you’ll surely have good dreams.
These yummy gyros are a study in contrasts.
There’s soft pita bread and crunchy veggies. Plus, cool, creamy, and refreshing tzatziki sauce and warm, juicy chicken.
And then there’s robust pepper and oregano and bright and tangy lemon juice and dill.
In other words, you’ll get a bit of everything in this simple sandwich. And yes, you’ll love it all.
These pita wraps are similar to the gyros above. If you love one, you’re sure to love the other, too.
Take your pick, as both are fantastic Greek recipes.
As you’ve probably noticed, Greeks love the lemon and garlic combination.
These Greek lemon chicken thighs are further evidence of that.
They have a crisp skin, zesty taste, and are filling.
Plus, you bake them, so they’re a relatively nutritious main course that you can whip up in 45 minutes.
It’s hard to imagine a seven-ingredient casserole being so flavorful. This one is, though.
It contains lemon juice, feta cheese, tomatoes, and other bold ingredients.
It’s a bright, light, low-salt dinner the whole family will appreciate.
Best of all, it’s an all-in-one meal you can have ready in less than an hour.
Of course, sometimes you’re in the mood for something more decadent. In that case, Greek chicken pasta is just the thing.
It’s tender chicken and pasta in a rich, creamy sauce.
There are plenty of herbs and a bit of zestiness, as well. It’s an ooey-gooey pasta dish that’ll have you coming back for more.
This pasta salad is somewhat lighter than the chicken pasta above.
It’s more like a refreshing, chilled pasta salad you’d have in the summer.
It’s still super scrumptious, though, and features a lemon-garlic dressing that’s out of this world.
Greek chicken lasagna looks a bit different from Italian lasagna. Even so, it’s just as packed with cheese and other yummy stuff.
This one features mozzarella, ricotta, and feta. There are also plenty of typical Greek flavors: garlic, oregano, olives, tomatoes, etc.
If you truly want to experience Greek cuisine, this lasagna is a great place to start.
Looking for a lighter version of meatballs? These healthy chicken meatballs are just the thing.
They have a phenomenal taste and won’t weigh you down like traditional beef meatballs.
The fresh, crisp salad and tangy tzatziki sauce make them even tastier.
Of course, you can serve them with or without those things.
Can you ever have too many cool, crisp chicken salad recipes? I don’t think you can, especially when they taste this good.
The juicy, marinated chicken totally steals the show in this recipe.
However, the plump tomatoes and plethora of herbs and seasonings aren’t bad either.
Plus, it’s a salad! So you can pile on as many (or as few) ingredients as you like. Enjoy!
When it comes to good pizza, everyone thinks of Italy. They often forget that Greece is famous for its pizza, too!
This super cheesy pizza with ultra-fresh ingredients explains why.
You can make your own homemade pizza dough or buy pre-made.
The toppings are so good on this one that it doesn’t matter either way. It’s excellent, pre-made dough or not.
This one-skillet meal combines lean chicken, peppers, olives, and juicy, garlicky tomatoes.
Top it off with some zingy feta and tzatziki sauce for extra flair.
It takes a mere 35 minutes to pull together, and clean-up is a breeze.
Additionally, it’ll keep you full all night, and everyone around the table will love it.
With only a quick glance, you might mistake pastitsada for spaghetti.
After all, it does look a bit like noodles topped with thick meatballs.
Surprisingly, though, those aren’t meatballs. They’re succulent, saucy chicken thighs, and they’re delicious.
Plate them on macaroni, spaghetti, or other noodles for a complete meal.
It’s not classic spaghetti, but people will like it just as much.
If you love garden-fresh flavor, these tzatziki bowls will rate high on your list. They’re zesty, savory, spicy, and just a little bit sweet.
You fill them to the brim with fresh veggies, flavorful chicken, and more.
Serve them with pita bread for a more authentic Mediterranean dining experience.
These chicken burgers taste so good that you won’t need a bun. (Of course, you can still use one if you want!)
They’re thick, juicy, and full of herbaceous and meaty flavor. Honestly, these are so tasty that they almost don’t need toppings.
I could eat them plain, straight off the grill. Give them a try and see for yourself what I mean.
Just don’t burn your tongue by trying to devour them too quickly.
Looking for an amazing appetizer you can whip up in 30 minutes? Check out the Greek feta chicken appetizer.
It needs only nine ingredients and tastes divine.
It’s a hearty, tangy dish perfect for dipping with pita bread. You could also use chips or veggies.
These tacos are unlike any you’ve ever tried. They’re lighter, fresher, and full of unique flavors.
You fill them with hummus, tzatziki sauce, a tomato-cucumber mixture, and more.
Some people say they taste more like gyros than tacos.
Either way, they’re scrumptious, and you won’t want to miss them. They’re great for eating on the go, too.
Sometimes, you need a simple, low-carb meal that you can whip up on the grill. That’s what you’ll get with these chicken kabobs.
Don’t let the 2+ hours of cook time scare you away, either. The most significant chunk of that is marinating time.
Actually preparing and cooking the kabobs takes practically no time at all.
Give these a shot the next time you’re in the mood for a Mediterranean summer treat.
Here’s another low-carb chicken dish, though this one is more decadent than the kabobs.
This stuffed chicken might be keto-friendly, but you’d never know it by tasting it.
It’s a rich, indulgent meal that seems to be straight from Greece. The chicken is unbelievably juicy and tender, but that’s not all.
It also has a succulent surprise inside.
You stuff the chicken with a super cheesy, delightfully herb filling. Every bite will drive your tastebuds crazy.
And with 40 grams of protein and only three net carbs, how can you go wrong?!
If you’re searching for the world’s yummiest chicken enchiladas, you’ve just found them.
You’d think Mexico would have the creamiest, cheesiest enchiladas.
As it turns out, Greece might have them beat.
At least as far as this recipe is concerned. Everything about these tasty enchiladas is perfect.
There’s a boatload of cheese in every bite. Plus, the chicken, veggies, and seasonings are on point.
It’s the perfect family meal, ready in about an hour.
This thick, chunky dip has a ridiculous amount of flavor and is so easy to make.
It’s the ideal choice for a game day snack or simple appetizer.
It doesn’t take much hands-on work and yields enough to feed a crowd.
If you love garlic, green onions, and typical Greek flavors, you’ll adore this dip.
Serve it with pita bread, chips, toasted baguette slices, or veggies. It tastes great on just about anything.
I appreciate anything I can toss in a slow cooker and forget till it’s time to eat. That’s this dish to a T. It takes just a handful of minutes to prepare.
After that, you add everything to your slow cooker and let it do its thing.
It’s a juicy, veggie- and herb-packed dinner that will satisfy everyone who tries it.
I won’t say this is the best chicken salad I’ve ever had.
Still, it has to be at least in the top three. It’s hearty and thick, full of big chunks of chicken and fresh veggies.
The dressing is light, bright, and insanely herby. It’s a high-protein spread you can add to pitas, buns, crackers, or anything else.
It tastes so good that you could probably eat it by itself with a spoon!
This recipe will be a fast favorite if you like chicken salad spread.
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