These Instant Pot Greek pork wraps are so easy to make and the whole family loves them! They make the perfect meal!
These Instant Pot Greek Pork Wraps are one of our favourite meals to come out of my pressure cooker.
You know, besides Instant Pot hard boiled eggs. I think that’s still what I like to make in my pressure cooker the most. Simple things.
These wraps are definitely easy to make, and SO tasty. I prefer to make this in the Instant Pot, but I have a slow cooker version of this recipe if you prefer: Slow Cooker Greek Pork Wraps.
It takes just minutes to get this pork cooking. All you need to do before serving is shred it and chop up some toppings to serve with it.
My family loves meals like these Instant Pot Greek pork wraps because they all get to make their own.
Have all the toppings on the table and everyone can add whatever they like to their wrap.
We like serving this pork in soft flatbread or pita bread, and topped with chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, red onion, feta cheese, and tzatziki sauce.
And then we fight over who gets the leftovers for lunch the next day.
How to make Instant Pot Greek Pork Wraps:
- I like to make this recipe with a pork shoulder or butt roast. You can get a pork loin roast instead if you prefer, but the leaner cut tends to be a bit dry in this recipe, so I recommend going with the shoulder roast instead.
- This recipe usually serves my family of five with enough leftovers for a few lunches the next day. My kids are pretty big eaters though, so it may be enough for two meals for some families!
- This soft flatbread recipe is amazing with this recipe, but regular pita bread is great too.
- You can find a crockpot version of this recipe here: Slow Cooker Greek Pork Wraps.
Here are some more great Instant Pot recipes for you:
- Instant Pot Chicken Chili
- Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup
- 3 Ingredient Chicken Tacos
- Instant Pot Teriyaki Chicken
- Instant Pot Butter Chicken
I’ve also shared this Instant Pot Greek Pork Wraps recipe over on Food Fanatic.
Friday 7th of June 2019
This looks great! Do you have a recommendation to substitute the lemon with? Unfortunately, my son is allergic. Thanks!
Saturday 8th of June 2019
I would think that orange juice or lime juice would work well instead, or apple cider vinegar if those don't work for you. It would obviously change the flavour though, and I haven't tried any of them, but I think that they would work well as a substitute. I'd probably go with orange juice myself if I was subbing in this recipe.