Greek Fries with Feta Sauce are jazzed-up frozen fries tossed with Greek spices and served topped with feta cheese and along with a feta yogurt sauce!
After spotting some gyro meat at Costco last week, I had my heart set on gyros for dinner one night. I had flashbacks to an amazing gyro I had years ago, which was served with the BEST fries topped with feta cheese. That was it. I had to make them! That’s how these Greek Fries with Feta Sauce were born and WOW are they good!
One tiny confession: these fries are not homemade. I actually used frozen French fries – don’t hate me! We actually really like frozen French fries (especially the Alexa brand!) and I’ve failed too many times making them from scratch. So, semi-homemade Greek fries, it is!
What You’ll Need
Frozen French Fries – I took a shortcut in this recipe and used frozen French fries! I used the thin, shoe-string type French fries, but crinkle or wedge fries would also work.
Semi-Homemade Greek Fries
Yes, this recipe is semi-homemade, in that it uses frozen French fries. I’ve never been able to make crispy French fries in the oven, and I’m not a big fan of frying things in my house. So, in this recipe I toss the frozen French fries in a bit of olive oil, oregano, dill, parsley, garlic powder, and salt and bake or air fry them according to the package directions. The result? Crispy French fries full of flavor!
Feta Fry Sauce
Feta Fry Sauce is absolutely necessary for Greek fries! The combination of the Greek spices on the crispy fries with the tangy feta sauce is pure perfection. The feta dipping sauce is a combination of feta cheese, plain Greek yogurt, mayonnaise, milk, lemon juice, fresh parsley, fresh dill, and salt.
How to Serve Greek Fries
I served these fries as a side dish when I made gyros for dinner. I have seen people put fries IN their gyros, and I think these would be incredible like that, too! You could also serve them as a side dish with some grilled chicken, steak, or fish, or alongside some burgers. Confession: sometimes I like to just eat fries as my main dish, so feel free to do that too!