Chicken Souvlaki Gyro Style
An easy and delicious recipe for making Greek gyros with souvlaki chicken at home. This Mediterranean-flavored recipe can be served buffet-style allowing your guests to make their own gyros.
An easy and delicious recipe for making Greek gyros with souvlaki chicken at home. This Mediterranean-flavored recipe can be served buffet-style allowing your guests to make their own gyros.
We loved this recipe! It's a Friday night tradition for my husband and I to go to our favorite Greek joint and have gyros, but freezing temps this evening so I decided to make these at home. Delicious! The sauce was excellent, I would recommend adding more lemon, greek seasoning, and dill. I doubled the garlic as well. I used 2/3 cup balsamic and 1/3 cup olive oil in place of the vinegrette. No grilling tonight, so I baked the chicken with some marinade for 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Perfect! Thanks for sharing.Read More
I was a little disappointed with this recipe. Way too much oregano for my liking and too much vinegar. I think I would add oil to the marinade and just a little oregano. The recipe also needed salt. I will try again, but will make some changes.Read More
We loved this recipe! It's a Friday night tradition for my husband and I to go to our favorite Greek joint and have gyros, but freezing temps this evening so I decided to make these at home. Delicious! The sauce was excellent, I would recommend adding more lemon, greek seasoning, and dill. I doubled the garlic as well. I used 2/3 cup balsamic and 1/3 cup olive oil in place of the vinegrette. No grilling tonight, so I baked the chicken with some marinade for 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Perfect! Thanks for sharing.
Excellent. I made this in the winter so we didn't use the grill. I broied the chicken 8 min on each side. I used light sour cream and nonfat yogurt and the Tzatziki turned out fantastic and healthy. My husband loved it, I loved it. Definitely buy thick, quality pita. My store was limited and the pita fell apart a bit, but it didn't take away from the taste.
This had fantastic flavor and really hit spot. Reminded me of my husband and I's favorite college Pita haunt. As to the people confused by the recipe's chicken marinade make sure you are using a balsamic vinegrette as specified instead of straight balsamic vinegar, 2 TOTALLY different things. Vinegrette is a salad dressing made with equal parts or slightly more Olive Oil to balsamic in addition to garlic, herbs, etc.. The recipe is just fine as written! Thank you for the walk down memory lane!
This turned out great. I did tweak a few things- kinda without realizing it. (I printed the recipe and left it down stairs!) I used 2 good squirts of lemon juice. And 3 "shakes" of greek seasoning and omited the oregano. I also used a simpler and AWESOME tzatziki sauce... 1 cup plain yogurt, 2 T olive oil, 1 T lemon juice, 1/2 salt, 1/2 pepper, 1 T chopped fresh dill, 3-4 cloves of freshly grated garlic, 2 T finely shredded cucumber thats been dried with paper towels, 1-2 shakes of greek seasoning. Mix and sit for an hour to chill in fridge. The BEST combo around.
FANTASTIC!!! A little time consuming to make, but 100+++% worth the effort involved. If you prep these in stages, they're much more manageable to make. I quickly threw together my marinade / tzatziki sauce early this afternoon, so all I had to do at dinnertime was grill my chicken (on my indoor reversible grill). To all of you wanting to give this a try, I have a few tips to share. First, you MUST use balsamic vinaigrette (found in the salad dressings aisle of your grocer), DO NOT use straight-up balsamic vinegar! Vinaigrette contains spices & EVOO to help tame the tartness of the vinegar. Second, Greek yogurt is a FAR superior choice for this cucumber sauce. Tzatziki should be thick, not thin or watery. Unless you strain your yogurt, you will end up w/ runny sauce. Greek yogurt has already been strained. Yes, it's more expensive, but it's also more convenient. Finally, to ensure your cucumbers properly "sweat," toss them w/ salt (salt draws OUT water), & then do what reviewer MOLLE888 did - place in a colander / sieve set over a bowl w/ another bowl on top. Put a heavy can in the bowl to add some pressure & watch the liquid seep to the bottom! You will have PERFECT tzatziki every time (promise!). Served w/ red onion, tomatoes & iceberg lettuce (no pepperoncini or olives for us), these are a spot on copycat of our favorite local chain's Athenian chicken pitas! Seasoned curly fries completed our meal. Thanks for sharing, Chris! :-)
I have made this twice and it was a huge it at our house. Don't be scared by all the ingredients. Cooking process is easy.
my husband lived in greece for two years and says that this recipe was the closest he's ever tasted to the real thing since he's been back in the usa. the sauce is the perfect consistency, however, he said he'd use more cucumber, less dill. i thought it was divine, i wanted to drink it it was so delicious!
This was a really great summer recipe. I warmed the pita bread on the grill slightly (it gets crispy quickly). Spend the extra dollar or two for the good pita bread. It makes ALL the difference. I served the pepperoncini whole, on the side. I have made this several times and have begun to use balsamic vinegrette in place of the dressing, and "Just 2 Good" Italian dressing as a marinade. I also used tin foil to hold the taco-like shape of the pita bread. This keeps it warm too. Perhaps the best tip I have is to use strained yogurt -- I found greek yogurt at the local specialty foods shop, but it might be available at Whole Foods / Wild Oats. Also, I just cubed the cucumbers b/c I like the crunch.
I was a little disappointed with this recipe. Way too much oregano for my liking and too much vinegar. I think I would add oil to the marinade and just a little oregano. The recipe also needed salt. I will try again, but will make some changes.
I usually only try recipes that have 4 1/2 or better stars. So I was really surprised when I tried this one. It wasn't at all what I excpected. The marinade was very sour. I felt bad talking my kids into eating it.
Very tasty! will make agian!! I would not marinate it for more then an hour tho. I marinated for 3 hours and the lemon/vinegar started to cook my chicken.
This was delicious! I marinated the chicken overnight and the flavors really came through. For those that said it was too sweet, the recipe calls for balsamic VINAIGRETTE not balsamic vinegar. My boyfriend loved the chicken! The tzatziki sauce was delicous as well! I also made this the night before so that the flavors had time to meld. Here's a tip: instead of salting the cucs to dry them out, I placed them in a sieve over a bowl with a bowl on top of them. I put a can of soup in the bowl to give it some pressure, and all the liquid seeped out the bottom. By the morning I had less moist cucs, and then combined them with the sauce I made the night before. I used non fat Greek yogurt (thicker and creamier) and dried dill (just 1 tsp). I also used reduced fat feta cheese, which isn't bad. The only problem I had (no fault of the recipe) was that the pitas ripped. Anyone have a good solution for that? This was such a welcome change from the usual turkey sandwiches!
We made it on a hot day and it was great! The marinade and cucumber sauce are awesome and I didn't have to heat up the kitchen. I grilled the chicken outside. We also enjoyed the chicken cold the next day as leftovers.
I've been searching for a really good Tzatziki recipe and this is it! My wife told me it was "like heaven in her mouth". Very very good.
Absolutely amazing. I wanted something that tasted like the souvlaki at "Tom's Home of the Souvlaki" Greek diner in Buffalo, NY. It was spot on! The only thing I really did different was that we accidentally bought fat free yogurt, but I had no problems with the Tzatziki running. I wrung dry the cukes in a cotton towel before salting them. I also skipped the pepperocinis, not because I don't like them, but that's just not how Tom's did it! WONDERFUL recipe - thanks so much!
Just writing about this recipe is making me hungry again! Both the chicken and the Tzatziki sauce turned out amazing. Followed this recipe to a T, served it with chopped cucumbers along with the other veges. Served with Nann instead of pita bread(Indian Naan II from this site). Naan doesn't break like Pita bread does. I also mixed up some balsamic vinagarette (Mama's balsamic vinegarette from this site) for the chicken marinade. I can't wait to make this again!
Very much enjoyed this easy recipe. Next time I would marinate the chicken longer for more flavor.
This was excellent!!! The chicken was easy to make and it went extremely well inside of a pita with the tzatziki sauce and veggies. The tzatziki was easy to make as well. I didn't know what greek seasoning was, nor could I find it, so I threw in basil, oregano, onion powder, and garlic powder. Paired this with the "Good For You Greek Salad", and this was a great dinner. All we needed was a rice dish to go with it, and this would had been a perfect dinner. But, this recipe is a keeper and I will DEFINITELY make it again. The author of this recipe, however, needs to edit the servings… This serves WAY more than 4 people, and the nutritional facts are SUPER high because of that. So, hopefully that will change because it makes it show how healthy this actually could be.
My husband loved this!
This recipe was not good at all. If you try this recipe I reccomend NOT using a balsamic vinaigrette but instead use olive oil and maybe a little red wine vinegar and garlic.
Great and coming from a greek family we changed just a few things I S & P garlic powder the tomatoes and onions a few hour in advance. We also add a pinch of cayanee pepper to the sauce use real greek yougart with lemon juice, olive oil, dill, and garlic S & P and drained cucumber. Seems like alot of changes but it's not was so so so good. I thought I was in GREECE OOPA
I can't tell you how many times I have made this recipe and everyone in my family (even the kiddos) love it!! Sometimes I do not have sour cream for the cucumber sauce so I'll just use plain yogurt and it still taste great. I do not make any adjustments on the marinade. And for the toppings I use what I have on hand. Great recipe!! Thanks for sharing it!!
Loved it! We have a local mediterranean restaurant here that is great, but a little pricy, so I was trying to find an easy version to make at home and I found it! Thanks for a great recipe!
Five stars- this was soooo good! I even had to leave some stuff out, and it was still outstanding. I didn't realize I was out of garlic (that has never happened before, seriously!) so I had to just use garlic powder. I'm pregnant and there's conflicting advice about eating feta while pg, so I left that off. I had to use regular black olives, and didn't have the red onion. Even with all of that, these still were so good. Oh, our grill ran out of gas half-way through cooking too, so I had to finish the chicken up on the stove. Still good! I used whole wheat pitas, low-fat yogurt and light sour cream. I love the cucumber sauce. This recipe is great, thanks so much for sharing!
My husband and daughter loved this. There was only one problem. No leftovers. Darn! I'll have to double the chicken in the recipe next time.
Very taste..every bit of chicken I had was moiste and full of flavor. Loved the tzatziki sauce, I've tried many recipes & this was by far the best. Thank
This is great! This is my second time making it and the only thing I changed was to use nonfat plain yogurt and lite sour cream. Very tasty!
This turned out fantastic!!! Loved it. I only had balsamic vinegar on hand so I just added evoo to dilute it. Also, I went light on the olives and pepperoncini knowing there is alot of vinegar in both of them. I coul'd find any pita bread I liked so I used naan bread which knocked it out of the park for me yum!!!
Very good, the sauce was a bit strong but all around very tasty, I'll for sure be making this again on a more regular basis.
The marinade is pretty good, but it didn't taste particularly "Greek" to us. Also, the Tzatziki sauce isn't quite right.
Made this for the family tonigth, and they loved it! They said, it was better than the local gyro joint, (Which is mighty good!) The only think I did to change the recipe was adding a 1/4c of sugar to the tatziki. We like our a little sweet, and tangy.
delicious! I have made this over and over
Vinaigrette, NOT Vinegar. This recipe is a family favorite. We like to serve it with homemade pita bread and a side of hummus. Those reviews that say the marinade is too sour probably used balsamic vinegar, rather than a vinaigrette salad dressing. Vinaigrette is 3 parts oil, 1 part vinegar shaken together.
This marinade was amazing! Served the chicken gyro's with grilled naan bread and it was so yummy!!
Very tasty. Marinated chicken breast strips for about 6 hours - gave them good flavor. Cucumber sauce very good as well. Tastes a bit different than what you get at a restaurant, but still yummy and i'm sure healthier too. :) Will definitely make again.
Awesome, easy marinade. Instead of making gyros, I cut whole wheat pita rounds in wedges after briefly grilling them, and we ate them with the Tzatziki sauce. My family devoured the sauce, and I will double it next time. I am Greek and love Greek food, so thanks for sharing this one!
Excellent. I used a separate recipe that I prefer for the tzatziki sauce, and I didn't have any pita bread so I substituted tortillas instead. I also cut the chicken into strips before marinading and grilled them on skewers. It was delicious. Thanks to Chris J for upping this awesome recipe.
I only made the chicken, but it turned out really vinegary.
This is really good. The marinade for the chicken is tasty, though could be a bit saltier (but keep in mind that the tzatziki and the feta are both salty too, so use a sparing hand). The tzatziki sauce recipe is nuanced and delicious - since I didn't have Greek seasoning on hand, I found a great recipe (using LOTS of different spices) at http://www.food.com/recipe/greek-seasoning-mix-61579. The sauce portion as written is quite large, and could probably feed 6-8 people, so the two of us had a lot of leftovers at the end. We ended up doing a variation using ground beef seasoned with oregano, garlic powder, salt, and pepper instead of chicken - WOW! So good with a side of diced and salted cucumbers and tomatoes and the leftover yogurt sauce, served with white rice or in pita. Delicious recipe... plan to do tons of variations on this in the future.
I love gyros especially with the cucumber sauce! I used a different recipe for the cucumber sauce, becuase I knew I wanted to drain my yogurt and didn't want sour cream in it. The chicken was a little bland and needed the cucumber sauce to make it good, but in my opinion the cucumber sauce is the best part of gyros!!!!
We really liked this recipe. I used dried oregano from my garden and added garlic to the marinade. Instead of making the sauce, I used Trader Joe's low fat tzaziki sauce, and it was great. This recipe is a keeper...thanks@
Excellent recipe for chicken! I only used the souvlaki marinade part of this recipe. I chopped the breasts into thirds, grilled them and then served them with hummus, pitas and greek salad. The chicken is always very moist and tasty. It has become a recipe we often serve to our guests - resulting in a number of compliments!
This was absolutely delicious! I've been using this sight for years and this is the first time that I have rated a recipe. I prepared the chicken just as instructed and it was soooooo good! I used a different recipe for my tzatziki sauce, but the chicken was amazing!
So flavorful! Awesome!
The marinade was really good! I used leftover steak, sliced thin and sauteed in the marinade.
Excellent! The marinade is outstanding and the tzatziki sauce was scrumptious. Definitely a keeper!!!
OMG, this was so good! I cooked it inside in my grill pan. I have to admit that I bought the Tzatziki sauce already made because it was one of my crazy days. I brushed the pita bread with olive oil and threw on the grill pan and the kids and hubby ate it all up before I even got any! This one is definitely a keeper! thanks!
YUM!! The Tzatziki was perfect and I have been looking for a "just right" recipe for Tzatziki sauce. The sauce was the star here.
LOVE LOVE LOVE! this was so good, not to mention healthy. loved the cucumber sauce too
The chicken and the tzatziki tasted great. I made it for my family and everyone said it was delicious.
Fantastic! We have a Greek restaurant around the corner from us and the kids LOVE the gyro wraps there. This is pretty darn close (except for the pita bread...just can't find the amazing pita bread that they get). Thanks for sharing! Wonderful!
This was really good, I followed the recipe almost exactly!
5 star. I made homemade pitas (easy to make!) with Peppy's Pita Bread recipe on allrecipes. I made my own balsalmic vinaigrette and my own Greek seasoning. I used 3 full boneless skinless chicken breasts and had more than enough for 4 pitas. I cut them in thirds to make them grill faster (8 mins each side). I also used regular black pitted olives (way less expensive). Next time I will make half the amount of sauce.
Very tasty and easy to prepare.
Really great recipe! The marinade gave the chicken good flavor and the sauce was delicious. We had to use dried dill as our grocer didn't have any fresh. We also skipped the olives, pepperoncini and feta in the final product, but will include those next time.
Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! I didn't have Greek seasoning, so I used what others suggested; a mixture of garlic and onion powders, oregano and basil. Other than that, made recipe as stated. So good! Will definitely make again.
I made this for a bbq get together because we wanted to try something different and healthier than burgers and sausages. It was a hit!! I marinated it over night and bbq'd it when the guests arrived. everyone asked for the recipe. I think this is my new go to recipe.
Absolutely loved this recipe! My family and I have never tried gyros of any kind. This recipe was so delicious, it was perfect for us to try them. Thank you so much for such a wonderful recipe!
We thought this was very good. I didn't make the tzatziki sauce because life got in the way, so I served it with more of the bottled balsamic vinaigrette, which I thought it really needed. A lot of the sour-in-your-face-flavor is lost when you grill it, so I might actually try baking or pan-cooking my meat next time (cut into chunks of course) so as to keep more "sauce" glazed onto the meat. I oiled my pitas with olive oil before grilling them, and while they did hold up better this way than without grilling them, for some reason the bread also got sort of tough. That might be just due to a poor brand of pitas, though, so I'm not counting that against the recipe. Thanks for the recipe, I'm sure we'll have this again!
Absolutely delicious! It's one of my family's favorite meals now. Especially good if you use nice, soft Naan bread. Thanks Chris!
A good recipe for Chicken Souvlaki.
We ate this for three days straight! I doubled the recipe for lots of leftovers. I can't believe how easy it is to make authentic cucumber sauce! No more running to the sub shop for gyros.
This was delicious!! To make easier I did it in two stages: marinated chicken one night & made/refrigerated the sauce, then made it the following night. I totally agree about pitas- spend the extra money to get quality pitas or they'll fall apart. We didn't have pepperoncini but it didn't take anything away. No need to do as others' said about removing water from cucumber- I added it right to the sauce and after being refigerated overnight the sauce was perfect texture. Excited to make this again- thank you!!
I followed the directions almost exactly, and even though at first it looked like there were a ton of ingredients, I had most of them on hand and it was very easy to prepare. The only change I made was to use a combo of dried oregano, basil, and parsley instead of the Greek seasoning (they didn't have any at the store). I marinated the chicken for 8 hours, but I the flavor of the marinade did not really come though on the grill, so next time I think I'll cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces and bake it in the marinade to get it juicier and more flavorful. The Tzatziki sauce was very good in flavor but a bit too thick for my preference (probably because I used nonfat plain Greek yogurt) so I thinned it with a couple of splashes of milk. Excellent meal, served along with some baked fries, and I liked it so much I'm thinking about serving it for my next party (but with the chicken baked in the marinade!).
We haven't got a grill at the moment so I used my cast iron skillet with some olive oil. I also boneless skinless chicken thighs as dark meat is a bit more forgiving before it dries out. 8 minutes on a side worked perfectly! Also, I couldn't find any 'Greek Seasoning' at my local store so I subbed in a mix of garlic powder, cumin, basil, oregano and onion powder in trace amounts. Everything came out WONDERFULLY. Thanks for the recipe, Chris!
So good! This was a huge hit at our house. I couldn't find Greek Seasoning at the store so I used equal parts basil, oregano and thyme (should have used marjoram too but didn't have any). The tzatziki sauce definitely makes it. Like another reviewer said, definitely buy good pitas. I warm them up in the microwave wrapped in damp paper towels to keep the pliable.
Excellent recipe! The chicken marinade was delicious.
Terrific recipe! I have played with many marinades for the chicken, and this one is the easiest by far! We loved it! I like to top the souvlaki with a little more than just the Tzatziki Sauce. I usually chop up red and green peppers and red onions nice and small - it adds so veggies and some flavor to the pita. We then usually make a nice Greek Salad with the romaine, tomatoes, peppers, feta, kalamata olives, and grape leaves. Delish! Thank you for such a simple and tasty recipe!
Superb marinade ingredients for the chicken! I let it marinate two days, and baked it in the marinade mix (uncovered) for about 30 minutes at 350 (preheated). Used a balsamic vinaigrette recipe for the vinaigrette rather than a store-bought brand. The tzataiki sauce was very complex and delicious also. I used Greek yogurt and strained it for about 3 hours to thicken it, and substituted 1 tsp dried dill for the fresh dill. Make sure you drain and squeeze out the moisture from the cukes, as the consistency of the sauce will be creamier. The sauce was good with the chicken, good on Greek pita, and leftoever, was very good on baked potato.
This recipe was delicious! I wanted to find a recipe that came close to some gyros that I had at the fair and this tasted wonderful. The sauce was delicious as well!
Though I did not use the marinade for this recipe (due to time constraints) I did follow the rest of it. This having been the first time I have ever attempted to make Gyros. It was delicious! A winner with the whole family & I will definitely be making this again!
This has become one of our favorite recipes. To maximize the flavors and contrast in textures, here is what I do. 1) In grilling the chicken (which I do on an indoor grill), I start at a low heat, then when the chicken is pretty much cooked, I fire the heat up to get a nice crunch and some grill marks. This helps caramelize the balsamic vinegar, which is important to me because I don't like things that are doused in balsamic. Also by cooking primarily at low heat the chicken is more moist. 2) For the tzatziki (which to me is the highlight of the dish), I add more garlic, at least doubling it. (This was the recommendation of a few Greek coworkers of mine). I find the tzatziki to be outrageously good, I love it. Also, if you keep a kosher home or are lactose intolerant, use the Tofutti brand sour cream and omit yogurt (this is what I do). You won't be disappointed, but you might be amazed at how good it is!
First time ever making a chicken souvlaki & tzatziki sauce recipe and it was FANTASTIC!! We generally only eat Greek food while in Northern Virginia and now we don't even have to do that - restaurant quality right in our own home. I thought for sure it would take several tries or several recipes before finding the perfect fit but not at all. I made minor changes: I do not like dill so I didn't use it. I also didn't use mint. However, I compensated for it by using a lot more of the Greek seasoning. I also did not have Rice Wine Vinegar, so after reading several other recipes for the Tzatziki sauce, I used Red Wine Vinegar. It was amazing sauce, absolutely amazing. I marinated the chicken in my homemade salad dressing (not balsamic but still a viniagrette using apple cider vinegar) and the chicken still rocked. I sauteed it in a non stick pan with all the marinade - oh and I marinated it for 24 hours. I served on Naan bread with a small salad of romaine (thinly sliced), red onions (thinly sliced) and tomatoes and we drizzled the Tzatziki on the top. Thank you so much for osting this recipe.
I wasn't crazy about the chicken, but the tzatziki sauce was amazing. I left out the rice vinegar, and I didn't miss it. Also, after making the sauce a few times, I cut some of the calories and fat by replacing the yogurt and sour cream with about 1 cup of nonfat greek yogurt and a 1/4 cup of plain yogurt. The flavor is pretty similar.
These were so good! The only thing I changed was regular apple cider vinegar because I didn't have rice vinegar. Better than the state fair!
This was awesome! The only thing I did different was use apple cider vinegar in place of the rice vinegar and dried dill weed instead of fresh because that is what I had on hand. Phenomenal recipe - I will make again!!!
The chicken was not as flavourful as I thought it would be on it's own. But it tasted good served in a pita with lots of tzaziki to give it some taste. I would save my expensive balsamic vinegar for another recipe.
Really great recipe! My husband and I ate way too much of this stuff. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
Fantastic is all I can say. We grilled chicken tenders and then served everything on a platter. I built my Gyro and took a bite and could not believe we replicated one of our favorite dishes! Even the recipe for the Tzatziki sauce was perfect. Thank you, we will make it again!
I followed the recipe to the letter, and thought it was bad, sorry, nothing good about the chicken nor the sauce, I use to cook for a living, and I know great food, don't know how this get 4.5 stars???
Yummy! I used bl/sl thighs and grilled indoors as the weather was bad. The marinade was very good. The tzatziki sauce was very tasty, add a little more garlic next time, had to use dried dill as I did not have fresh. Made Seredipity Bread to have with it and Greek salad. #AllrecipesAllstarsCanada #InternationalFavourites
AMAZING! But I did make some changes, so I'm giving it a 4 star. For the tzatziki sauce I omitted the vinegar, added 2 cloves of garlic, removing the pith, and strained the yogurt. I decided not to use the grill, so instead I browned the chicken breasts stovetop (after marinating for 6 hours) at a high temp (about 4 mins per side). Then I put them into a pan with red onions, poured about 1/2 cup of white wine around them, and placed in a 325F oven for 20 minutes. They came out amazingly juicey- perfect! Also, for the marinade, I decreased the amount of balsamic and added about 1/4 cup of olive oil. DELICIOUS!
This was a delicious dinner for us tonight out on our deck. The prep. was easy and the taste was out of this world. The only tiny complaint I had was that by grilling the pitas they were a bit too tough for me. But I am really looking forward to the leftovers!
we LOVED this dish!!...it was my first attempt at greek food and the kids loved it....i couldn't find greek seasoning, so i used the recipe on here and made my own.....we used flatbread instead of pita and added feta cheese....but this dish is perfect either way!.....will definitely make this one again....
We loved this! Even our three year old ate it. I put a little hummus on my pita also. Can't wait to have this again.
The BF and I loved this. He went back for extra helpings. Truly delish. I was worried about the amount of oregano in the marinade, but it was fine. Also, for those earlier reviews saying it's sour, are you sure you used balsamic vinagrette and NOT balsamic vinegar? Indeed, the meat was not sour nor was it overly oregano-ey. I paired it with the "greek style potatoes" also from this site. Delicious! Thanks for a winner!
Changed nothing and awesome. The cucumber sauce is identical to what I get at my favorite Greek places. Have made it twice in a week!
I have never reviewed a recipe and I had to review this one! Soooo good! I didn't have the money to spend on the dill or the rice vinegar (I just used white), I grilled the chicken on a Foreman grill, oh, and I didn't have Greek Seasoning. But this was STILL delicious! I definitely recommend it!
Perfect recipe, I wouldn't change a thing. At the moment, it's my favorite recipe on this site. Thanks!
I'm not sure how to rate this dish and I'll tell you why. I printed the recipe to make it and it printed weird so I marinated the chicken in the marinade with the garlic, dill, and Greek seasoning added. I have to say it was fantastic and will make it again with my goof up. Everyone loved it. I served it with Yia Yia's Tzatziki from this site because I can't cheat on that recipe. A good long marinade is the key- I marinated for 8 hours. Thanks for sharing- great flavor in this recipe.
chicken was too intense, and the tzatziki was missing that super garlicky kick that Im use to. Probably won't make again
made this with rachel ray greek salade recipe. Delicious
I was so impressed with this recipe I made it twice this week!!!!
so good!! thanks for the recipe.
Fantastic! Didn't change a thing and my husband & I loved this.
This recipe was just what I needed! Looked great and tasted even better! I will be making this again and again! Thank you for sharing!