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Vegetarian Gyro Sandwich

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Do you ever go out to a restaurant and think to yourself – I wish I could make that for myself? This is how I have always felt about gyros. I never tried the meat but I always had the fresh veggies with tzatziki and hummus. My husband always raves about the Mediterranean street cart food in NYC. Now that we are Denver and far from the streets of NYC – thought it would be a great time to start making this at home.

We were really educated on the different kinds of vegan meat for gyros by our favorite vegan friendly truck in Downtown Denver – Uptown & Humboldt This recipe below is inspired by my love of street food and great chefs we met along the way. Thank you to NYC and Denver foodies!

What is your favorite street food?

Ingredients and Assembly for 1 Sandwich:

  1. Cut up the roast into broad long pieces thickness based on your preference
  2. In a saucepan add 1 tablespoon olive oil, add 1 tablespoon of the za’atar, and sliced roast. Gentle stir. Wait until browned. The roast may breakdown if you stir too much.
  3. Spread hummus and tzatziki
  4. Add on tomato, onion, lettuce, and roast.

5 Comments

  1. thestayhumbleavocado – United Kingdom – Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to come and check out this blog. May you find peace and tranquillity and temporary escapism from the never-ending pressures of our modern day lives. The purpose of this blog is to share with you the art of sustainable living which is is both sustainable to the planet and sustainable to your pocket. I am on this journey with you and I want to share with you the new ideas and perspectives taken on board. I welcome your feedback and would love to hear your opinions, ideas and thoughts on the content added, as well as what you would like to read more of. Peace to the planet and peace to your pocket! Love always, The Humble Avocado x x
  2. Geri Lawhon – Missouri blogging enthusiast and cell phone photographer exploring Branson and the Ozarks one moment at a time.

    Another great idea to pass on to my future vegan step daughter.

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