These Greek Fries are hot and crispy right out of the air fryer, sprinkled with fresh lemon juice, tossed in our favorite Greek seasoning blend, and showered in crumbled feta and fresh chopped parsley. These are next level french fries and we can’t stop making them!
There are certain seasoning blends that, once you discover, become addictive. You find yourself using them on EVERYTHING for the next month of your life.
When it comes to Greek seasoning, this obsession has lasted about 4 years now. I’m not kidding when I say we sprinkle that stuff on anything we can get our hands on.
It’s really opened us up to seeking out and trying other Greek foods and Mediterranean flavors.
Since I am hooked, we also came up with these Greek chicken wings and Greek chicken pitas.
Currently, though, I’m hooked on Greek fries! Sprinkled with fresh lemon juice and tossed in our favorite Greek seasoning, they’re outrageously good. But we take it a step further and crumble feta cheese over the top, sprinkle on some fresh parsley, and serve with tzatziki sauce for dipping.
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Fries -We prefer the hand-cut style french fries by the Grown In Idaho brand, which can be found in many grocery stores. Other styles of fries will work as well – use what you can find.
Seasonings– You will need a fresh lemon, Greek seasoning (of course), Feta cheese. Then you will serve it with parsley and Tzatziki sauce.
You can use a homemade blend of spices to make your Greek seasoning, but we always have a big container of Cavender’s Greek seasoning in our spice cabinet.
I’m not kidding when we say we put it on everything, from grilled meats to roasted veggies to eggs to French fries. It’s a perfect blend of spices and probably our favorite spice blend in the house.
How to Make Greek Fries in an Air Fryer:
Air fry the fries– Add your frozen fries to an air fryer basket and spritz them with oil spray. Air fry for 15 minutes at 390 degrees F and shake halfway through cooking. If they aren’t crisp yet cook for 2-5 more minutes until they are as crisp as you like.
Season the fries – Remove the fries from the air fryer and place in a large bowl. Squeeze lemon juice over the fries and sprinkle your seasoning over the fries, then toss them to coat. Arrange the fries on a serving dish, then sprinkle with crumbled feta cheese and parsley.
Yes! You can use any type of fry you like. Cook time may vary a bit, so just keep an eye on the fries and pull them when they’re as crisp as you’d like.
Yes! They are likely a bit less fresh if you have ice on them. If they are fully covered in ice crystals, that is a different story. They will still cook but will be less crisp. You should probably get a new bag.
Recipe Tips and Substitutions
You can use fresh cut potatoes if you want!
If you do this, peel and slice your potatoes. Then place them in cold water and let them sit for 30 minutes. Then drain and pat dry. After this follow the recipe as above, but cook at 380 degrees F and cook them for 20 minutes instead of 15.
More air fried potato recipes you might like:
- Potato Pancakes
- Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes
- Air Fryer Loaded Fries
- Cheesy Hasselback Potatoes
- Air Fryer Potato Chips
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Air Fryer Greek Fries
- 1 pound frozen hand cut french fries see notes
- ½ lemon
- 1 ½ teaspoons Greek seasoning
- 3 tablespoons finely crumbled feta cheese
- Fresh parsley for garnish
- Tzatziki sauce for dipping
- Add the frozen fries to an air fryer basket and spritz with oil spray.
- Air fry at 390 degrees for 15-20 minutes, shaking halfway through cooking, until fries are golden and crisp to your liking.
- Remove the fries to a large bowl and squeeze the lemon juice over the fries. Sprinkle with the Greek seasoning and toss fries well to coat.
- Arrange the fries on a serving plate and sprinkle with finely crumbled feta cheese and minced parsley.
- Serve with tzatziki sauce for dipping.
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