Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Greek Chicken Pita Pockets from Mel's Kitchen Cafe

Cook the meat for these Greek Chicken Pita Pockets in the slow cooker, and keep the house cool!

Greek Chicken Pita Pockets from Mel's Kitchen Cafe found on
(Photos from Mel's Kitchen Cafe.)

It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Greek food, so when I spotted these Greek Chicken Pita Pockets from Mel's Kitchen Cafe on Pinterest, I knew I had to feature them here.  Boneless, skinless chicken breasts cook with Greek seasonings on low until the chicken is fall-apart tender; then the chicken is shredded apart and served in pita pockets with yogurt, tomatoes, cucumbers, and red bell pepper.  Doesn't that sound like a perfect Slow Cooker Summer Dinner?

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
  • Onion
  • garlic
  • boneless and skinless chicken breasts
  • lemon pepper
  • dried oregano
  • Allspice
  • For serving: Pita pocket breads, plain yogurt, tomato, cucumber, red bell pepper.

Get complete instructions for Greek Chicken Pita Pockets from Mel's Kitchen Cafe. 

Greek Chicken Pita Pockets from Mel's Kitchen Cafe found on

More Ideas with Chicken in the CrockPot:
Chicken and Pinto Bean Burrito Bowl from The Perfect Pantry
Chicken and Dumplings from The Gracious Pantry
Chicken Carnitas Style from Jeanette's Healthy Living
Chicken Burrito Bowls with Avocado Cream Sauce from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Chicken Enchiladas from Skinny Ms.
Chicken Fajitas from Kalyn's Kitchen
Chicken Fettucine from Taste and Tell
Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf from Recipe Girl
Chicken Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich from LaaLoosh
Chicken, Potato, and Peanut Stew from Kayotic Kitchen


  1. My wife and I really enjoyed this. Dinner last night and having leftovers for lunch today. Used my mandolin to cut cucumber into matchsticks and added sliced black olives. Didn't have bell pepper or yogurt so omitted those, but VERY easy and yummy. A keeper!

  2. Thanks Ed, so glad you enjoyed it!


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