A few weeks ago, when we had friends over for Movie Club, we had a Greek-themed dinner. Justin planned this one because I really don’t care for Greek food much (I despise cucumbers!). He was so excited to make Greek Pita Sandwiches for dinner.
I tried to convince him to make homemade pitas, but he had meetings in the morning and I had an event at Tyler’s school, so we just didn’t have the time. Well, because of that, he ended up with pitas that couldn’t open to stuff the filling inside and was a bit disappointed. So, instead of having stuffed pita sandwiches, he made open-faced Greek pitas.
Although the pitas weren’t homemade, the Tzatziki sauce was! In addition to the tzatziki, we had a bunch of other Greek/Mediterranean food as options for the sandwiches. Of course, we also made a batch of hummus so I would have something to eat, too.
Step by Step
Making an open-faced Greek pita is really easy, and can be customized for each person. Prepare your toppings, such as spinach leaves, feta cheese, olives, tomatoes, and red onion.
Lay a pita on your plate and cover it with some Tzatziki sauce.
Place your desired toppings on top of the sauce. You want to spread it out, similar to making a pizza, then enjoy!
Open-Faced Greek Pita
- 4 pitas
- 1/2 cup tzatziki sauce
- 1/2 cup Greek olives
- 1/4 cup grape tomatoes
- 1/4 red onion
- 4 oz spinach
- 1/4 cup feta cheese (crumbled)
- Prepare your toppings by slicing the olives, tomatoes, and onion
- Place a pita on each plate and cover each with Tzatziki sauce
- Spread the toppings evenly over each pita
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