Quick Greek Feasts
Enjoy a Mediterranean menu in minutes with these featured recipes.
Greek Lamb Chops and Mint Yogurt Sauce
Give lamb chops a Greek twist with the addition of fresh oregano and a minty yogurt sauce.
Lamb Burgers with Greek Salad
Enjoy these fresh lamb burgers on top of a crisp salad of greens and chickpeas.
Greek Pizza with Chicken and Artichokes
Celebrate the flavors of the Mediterranean fresh from the grill in your backyard. Top pizza dough with chicken, artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, olives, and crumbled feta for a winning feast.
Greek Dinner Salad
This main-dish salad works well with many variations - change the fresh herbs, beans, and cheese to use what you have on hand.
Greek-Style Chicken Wraps
Look for plain rotisserie chicken in the deli section of your supermarket. Use the lean, mild breast meat for pastas and sandwiches, and the leg and thigh meat for more robust salads, soups, or tacos.
Greek Feta Burgers
The cucumber-dill sauce is perfect for these burgers. Substitute ground round for the ground lamb, if desired.
Broiled Greek Chicken with Pitas
Serve chicken skewers with cucumber mixture, cherry tomatoes and pitas on the side.
Mini Greek-Style Meat Loaves with Arugula Salad
Pack meat mixture firmly and evenly into muffin cups to ensure even cooking and easy release. Sprinkle with paprika for a pop of color.
Garlic-Rosemary Lamb Pita
Stuff whole wheat pitas with savory strips of lamb and a cool cucumber and yogurt tzatziki sauce for a fresh and flavorful meal from the Mediterranean. Try the recipe with chicken, too.
Greek Sandwich with Feta Vinaigrette
Serve a sandwich piled high with the fresh flavors of Greece. The vinaigrette adds bright flavor to the stacker and is also tasty on salad greens.
Greek Salad with Grilled Chicken
This fresh and crisp salad is perfect even as a main dish. Top each serving of salad with sliced chicken, and then sprinkle with feta cheese.
Serve a delicious fish dinner that takes just 15 minutes to prepare and has under 250 calories per serving.Configure