December 31, 2018
Breads, Comfort Food, Dinner,
Vegetables, Cucumber, Lettuce , Greek, 5 Ingredients Or Less, Electric Skillet, Grilling (Outdoor), Stove Top, Flatbread, Sandwiches, All Occasions more
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"When I was in younger and in university there was a Greek restaurant downtown in the city. The guys I used to hang out with always went there on a Friday night and of course I got used to Gyros quite quickly. And they easily became one of my favorite foods. I use beef, although the traditional Gyro is made with lamb. Super delicious! I made this #recipe8379 sauce for this Gyro recipe."
Mix all the ingredients listed for the Beef in a bowl.
Lay down parchment paper or wax paper on a large cutting board or flat surface.
Put your beef mixture onto the paper and layer another sheet of paper on top of the beef mixture.
Using a rolling pin flatten the meat mixture so that it is thin, like bacon.
Cut up the slices in 2x4 inch pieces or a size you would like.
Put on plate and refrigerate for an hour or two.
Grill on your BBQ or in a pan. You want the meat to have a bit of a crust around the edges because it just tastes better that way!
Put the slabs of meat onto the pita, layer with onion, slices of tomato, and lather with Tzatziki sauce - cucumber slices and feta cheese optional
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Oh wow! We just made this gyro recipe with tzatziki sauce we had on hand. I really don’t like marinating something overnight (takes too long lol) but making the meat on this gyro was easy. Loved it!