Pita Chips with Oregano

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Homemade Oregano Pita Chips are so ridiculously easy to prepare.  Once you taste these homemade chips, it’s quite possible you may never be able to bring yourself to purchase a bag of them at the grocery store again.


Let’s talk options, because there are plenty of them: Plain pita bread or whole wheat? Maybe Both? Olive oil, salt and pepper for sure.  How about Oregano? Poppyseeds? Garlic? Rosemary? Cayenne Pepper? You see where I’m going with this…right?


While your pita chips are toasting away in the oven, quickly whip up a batch of Zesti-Zesty Feta Dip, Tzatziki, Spicy Hummus, Fava Dip or Roasted Eggplant Greek Yogurt Dip.  Your homemade pita chips will need something to dive into!

 Pita on a pan




6 round pita breads

1 cup olive Oil

Dried oregano

Kosher salt

Fresh ground black pepper



Cut pita into triangles and place flat on a baking sheet lined with aluminum foil.

Brush generously with olive oil and sprinkle with oregano, kosher salt and pepper (or seasoning of your choice.)

Bake at 375° for 15 to 20 minutes until they are golden brown and crisp.

These taste best when fresh out of the oven, however, they can also be stored for a day in an airtight container.


oil brushing pita chips


Pita chips oiling


sprinkling pita chips


Oven pita chips



©2015 by Alexandra Salidas Roll, Figs & Feta, LLC.


Recipe and photos by Alexandra Salidas Roll of Figs & Feta, LLC.  Please do not reprint this recipe without permission.  If you would like to feature this recipe on your blog or site, please rewrite the method of preparation and link your post to this one as the original source.  Thank you!


If you make this recipe, please snap a photo and hashtag it #FIGSANDFETA and #GREEKMADESIMPLE. I’d love to see it!

Alexandra is a third-generation Greek-American with years of on-the-job training in the kitchen with her grandmothers and parents as her greatest teachers. She is the founder and voice behind the successful Greek food Blog, Figs & Feta. Alexandra has spent many summers (and a few chilly winters) in Greece with family and friends soaking up the food culture. She resides in Northern California with her husband and three boys. Read more about Alexandra and on our About Us page and click on her social media accounts to follow her!

1 Comment

  1. Georgia C.

    March 22, 2015 at 4:38 am

    Making food like this is better for my children. It only takes a little bit of time and I am giving my family better food that is not full of garbage. I even found pita bread that is free of GMO’s and used that. Delicious and healthy. Thanks for the recipe.

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