If you’re wondering what to serve with your chicken pitas, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, I list 13 of the most popular side dishes for chicken pitas.
In a rush? Here’s the short answer.
The best side dishes to serve with chicken pitas are Greek fries, zucchini chips, rainbow slaw, fried feta rolls, and avgolemono (lemon soup). For more Mediterranean options, try Mediterranean orzo salad, marinated olives and feta, or tabbouleh. You can also serve Greek shrimp skewers and falafel bites.
Ready? Let’s jump right in.
Bored of the typical salt and pepper on your fries?
Add a Mediterranean twist by seasoning your homemade fries with garlic powder, oregano, thyme, and onion powder.
And you don’t have to stop there – sprinkle your fries with crumbled feta, lemon juice, zest, fresh parsley, and dill to make them even more flavorful.
If you’re looking for something low-carb to go with your chicken pitas, try these zucchini chips.
They’re a breeze to make, especially if you have an air fryer – you’ll get extra crispy chips in less than 20 minutes!
Enjoy Clean Eating’s recipe doesn’t use any flavoring, but I like to give the chips a light dusting of parmesan.
Want more veggies in your chicken pitas? This rainbow slaw is an ideal addition.
Made with an array of crisp and vibrant cabbage, it gives your meal a bright pop of color and a satisfying crunch.
But what makes this extra scrumptious is its lemon garlic tahini dressing. YUM!
Vikalinka has a fantastic recipe for this light and delicious slaw.
Fried feta rolls
Feta cheese is a mainstay in Mediterranean cuisine.
It’s usually used as a topping, but did you know it’s great as a crispy snack too?
Half-Baked Harvest’s recipe features a feta and dill mixture stuffed and rolled in thin filo pastry.
Before baking, each roll is brushed with chili honey for a spicy kick.
Enjoy these oven-fried feta rolls with freshly made chicken pitas and your favorite beer.
Avgolemono is classic Greek comfort food.
Also known as Greek lemon chicken soup, it’s brimming with a refreshing citrusy flavor but feels warm and cozy at the same time.
Dip your chicken pitas with a piping hot bowl of avgolemono for the ultimate Greek comfort meal.
Mediterranean orzo salad
Chicken pitas not filling enough for you?
A serving of this orzo salad on the side is what you need.
Besides the orzo, this dish is loaded with fresh vegetables, olives, and feta cheese, flavored with a simple dressing made from canola, olive oil, lemon juice, and dried oregano.
Not a fan of dried oregano? Use dried basil or Italian seasoning instead.
This Mediterranean orzo salad gets even more delicious the longer it sits, so make it a few hours in advance.
Marinated olives and feta
Jazz up your chicken pitas with these marinated olives and feta.
The marinade is made of herbs, orange juice, and zest, infusing your olives and feta with delectable flavors.
The most challenging part in making these Greek marinated olives and feta is playing the waiting game – you have to wait for at least two hours to let the flavors meld and develop.
This Middle Eastern dish is heaven for herb-lovers – if you haven’t had it yet, that needs to change ASAP!
It’s made with chopped parsley, mint, tomatoes, onions, and bulgur wheat.
Everything is tossed with olive oil and lemon juice, giving you a refreshing and light but substantial salad.
Add a fresh bite to your chicken pitas with a generous helping of tabbouleh.
Spanakopita wonton cups
Love spanakopita but wish you could have it in a flash?
Peas and Crayons’ recipe features using wonton wrappers turned into cups to make a shortcut version of this beloved Greek snack.
It’s not authentic, but you’ll still get that tasty cheesy spinach filling.
These spanakopita wonton cups are a great crispy and creamy accompaniment to your chicken pitas.
Briam (Greek ratatouille)
Turn your chicken pitas into a substantial dinner with a generous helping of briam on the side.
This dish involves thinly sliced tomatoes, onions, potatoes, and zucchini seasoned with traditional Mediterranean herbs and roasted with tomato puree.
The resulting dish is a warm casserole that’ll make you feel like you’re in Greece.
Greek-marinated shrimp skewers
Whip up these shrimp skewers to go with your grilled chicken pitas for a deliciously fun twist on a classic surf-and-turf meal.
The Greek seasoning infuses your shrimp with mouthwatering bold and zesty flavors.
And you can thread your favorite vegetables onto the skewers too.
These marinated shrimp skewers are sure to be gone in a flash.
Champinones al ajillo
Also called wild mushrooms in garlic and white wine sauce, this Spanish dish is a great way to spruce up your chicken pitas.
The earthy mushrooms will mesh well with the mild chicken and you can use the pita to mop up any (yummy) mushroom juice that’s left behind on the plate.
Want a taste? Check out The Spanish Chef for the full recipe.
Thinking of another mezze dish to add to your Greek-inspired feast?
These falafel bites are what you need.
They have crunchy exteriors and a moist, irresistibly flavor-packed interior.
Follow A Beautiful Plate’s lead and serve these treats with hummus and a hefty chicken pita.
Heads up, though – use dried chickpeas that have been soaked overnight, or you won’t get the perfect texture.
The best side dishes to serve with chicken pitas
- Greek fries
- Zucchini chips
- Rainbow slaw
- Fried feta rolls
- Avgolemono (soup)
- Mediterranean orzo salad
- Marinated olives and feta
- Spanakopita wonton cups
- Briam (Greek ratatouille)
- Greek-marinated shrimp skewers
- Champinones al ajillo
- Falafel bites
What To Serve With Chicken Pitas
- 1 portion chicken pita
- Prepare your chicken pitas according to your favorite recipe.
- In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
- Side dishes include: Greek fries, zucchini chips, rainbow slaw, fried feta rolls, avgolemono (soup), Mediterranean orzo salad, marinated olives and feta, tabbouleh, spanakopita wonton cups, briam (greek ratatouille), greek-marinated shrimp skewers, champinones al ajillo, and falafel bites.
- Serve immediately and enjoy!