Greek Potato Wedges with Tzatziki

Greek Potato Wedges with Tzatziki

Plate of potato wedges with feta cheese and mint leaves


Potatoes are easily one of the most versatile vegetables out there. They’re cheap, they’re filling and they can be mashed, roasted, fried, and cooked just about any way you can imagine. Don’t just take our word for it - check out these 75 potato recipes if you’re here trying to figure out how to use up some leftover spuds! And if that is the case, we reckon there’s no better choice than this simple potato wedges recipe!

This particular potato recipe is a brilliant twist on the classic potato wedges. Traditional wedges can be a very salty or spicy dish that’s a bit much, but this recipe focuses on refreshing, crisp herbs, and light, fluffy potatoes that go down a treat. The trick is to boil the wedges for a short while before trying to roast them, so the insides are softer and the end product is less dry. The best part is, once you’ve given this recipe a try and nailed down making the perfect wedges, you can season them however you like for any occasion!

This simple side also comes with refreshing Tzatziki- a cooling, tangy, cucumber and yoghurt-based dip that you’ll want to whip up again and again for future meals to come. It’s perfect for dolloping over a fresh summer salad, or dipping a soft piece of flatbread into.

Hopefully all that’s got your stomach rumbling, so let’s crack on with the recipe. As if you needed any more convincing as to why you’d want to make a smashing plate of crispy chips!

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.