Gluten-free Vegan Greek Potato Wedges (Patates Tiganites/ Πατάτες τηγανητές)



'Patates tiganates' are the Greek version to pan fried potatoes. A simple recipe that really goes well with any meat, fish and vegetable recipe. Potatoes are diced into wedges and pan fried winth olive oil and fresh herbs until cooked through and golden and crispy onthe outside. 

Try serving these potato wedges with my Tsipoura Sea Bream fish recipe 


6 Servings


15 Minutes


25 Minutes


  • 4 organic big potatoes, washed and cut into 6 wedges 

  • 4 Tbsp Greek extra virgin olive oil

  • Sea salt and pepper to taste

  • A few sprigs of fresh thyme

  • 1 tsp Greek oregano


  1. Preheat oven to 180ºC.

  2. Cut thethe potatoes lengthways into 6 wedges.

  3. Place a large pan over high heat and add the olive oil.

  4. Add the potatoes when the pan is very hot.

  5. Add salt, pepper and the oregano and fry until golden.

  6. When ready, transfer to a baking tray and cook for a further 25 minues.



Potatoes - are packed with nutrients, minerals, antioxidants and resistant starches which in particular is a source of nutrition for beneficial gut bacteria. (Source)

Greek extra virgin olive oil - specifically Greek oil, has the lowest acidity (approximately 0.5%) and is packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Benefits may include anti-inflammatory properties, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure and improves bone calcification. (Source)

Thyme - The Ancient Greeks associated Thyme with courage, bravery and strength. They burned bundles of thyme to purify their temples and homes, and to evoke a spirit of courage in those who inhaled it. In modern times, we know it is a rich source of several essential vitamins and it is also a great source of calcium, iron, manganese, selenium, and potassium. Thyme contains antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, carminative, diaphoretic, and expectorant properties which supports healing throughout the entire body. (Source)

Oregano - (it must be Greek oregano, as there is a difference in flavour) Oregano is high in antioxidants, it can help prevent damage by neutralising disease-causing free radicals, and contains certain compounds that have potent antibacterial properties. (Source)


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  • Many of my recipes call for Greek products like Greek extra virgin olive oil, Greek honey or Greek oregano. It is not mandatory for it to be Greek in order to make the recipe, you are more than welcome to use a good quality alternative; just keep in mind if you are after the authentic flavours of Greece these details do make all the difference in Greek cuisine. You can shop these ingredients here.​

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  • Disclaimer: None of the health benefits listed are intended to diagnose or treat any pre-existing health conditions. Always consult a health care practitioner before making any health decisions. The benefits listed are from my own research and personal interest, and encourage you to follow the Source and do further research.


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