When it comes to food, I am all for convenience. Chicken and veggie wraps (aka cold burritos)? Done. Falafel, yes, please! Gyros and shwarma? I’ll take one of each, thank you very much.
Whether it’s a tortilla, pita, naan, or lavash. You just can’t go wrong with the power and convenience of food that comes in an edible serving vessel. I think I have written about this very topic nearly a hundred times.
Okay, maybe not that many times but it sure feels like I bring up the edible vessel all the time.
Sorry to get a little corny (Get it? food joke), but there is just something beautiful about being able to eat a meal with your hands and no plate or silverware required.
That beauty continues with one of the most epic chicken doner kabob recipes I have seen in a long time. The recipe comes from Nagi of Recipe Tin Eats. In the Facebook video below. Nagi puts together a beautiful chicken donner kebab shwarma that doesn’t require any fancy tools or culinary degree.
What I liked most about her Facebook video, is that you get the feeling this recipe could actually be made at home. I research a lot of recipes a day and they sometimes leave me wondering. “Can I really make this at home”? You won’t experience that with this recipe.
This recipe can undoubtedly be recreated at home.
Check out the video below then be sure to visit Recipe Tin Eats by clicking the link below the video to obtain the full recipe and step by step instructions.