1. Brush bread lightly with oil on both sides and grill until soft and slightly browned.
2. Lay pita flat on foodservice wrapping paper.
3. Add a good portion of gyros meat (about 6 oz.) down the middle of the pita bread.
4. Add 2-3 slices each of tomato and onion and two tablespoons of Tzatziki sauce.
5. Using the paper as a guide, roll the pita into a cone shape.
6. You are almost done. Add french fries and your gyros sandwich is ready to plate and serve.
The Gyros Plate is arranged somewhat differently depending on who is making it, but the ingredients are still basically the same as the Gyros Sandwhich. Here are two spins on the same theme.
1. Brush bread lightly with oil on both sides and grill until soft. Cut into quarters.
2. Place one serving of french fries down the center of the plate.
3. Place a good portion of gyros meat (about 8 oz.) atop bed of french fries.
4. Place quartered pita bread on one side of plate; tomatoes, onions, olives on the other.
5. Add a few small chunks of Feta around the plate, top meat with a healthy dollop of Tzatziki.
6. Optional: Garnish with small lemon wedges, cucumber, and parsley if desired.
1. Brush bread lightly with oil on both sides and grill until soft. Do not cut.
2. Place whole pita in the middle of the plate.
3. Place a good portion of gyros meat (about 8 oz.) atop pita.
4. Place one serving of french-fries alongside meat, keeping fries to one side of plate.
5. Place tomatoes, onions, and olives on remaining side.
6. Add a few small chunks of Feta around the plate, top meat with a healthy dollop of Tzatziki.
7. Optional: Garnish with small lemon wedges, cucumber, and parsley if desired.
1. In medium bowl, mix turkey, yogurt, cucumber, lemon pepper, and oregano. Cover mixture and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
2. Fill each pita pocket with about 1/4 cup shredded lettuce.
3. Spoon an eighth of turkey/cucumber mixture into each pocket.
4. Add 1 slice tomato, 1 slice onion, 1 olive, 1 pepperoncini and 1 tbsp. feta per pocket.
You can put almost anything you want on pita and pop it in the oven for the perfect personal pizza. Or, you can whip up a bunch for your friends and wow them with your culinary expertise. This one will blow them away, and it's incredibly easy to make.
1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Place pita on non-stick baking sheet.
3. Top with feta cheese, tomato, black pepper and olive oil.
4. Put baking sheet on center oven rack for 15 minutes.
5. Remove pizzas, top with fresh basil.
6. Quarter each pizza and serve.
From the Athens on 4th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, this homemade version of hummus is fast, easy, and oh-so tasty. We make this dish in 2 gallon batches as a special (it’s not on our regular menu) and we can hardly keep up with the orders.
Pulse until smooth in a food processor and serve with warm pita bread.