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Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/08/29 08:32 By: Boatman Status: Moderator  
 
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Made some gyro meat ala Chef John, Food wishes. Ground and pressed lamb and beef with onions and spices together in a glass baking pan with another on top. Pressed in fridge overnight


Next day on the egg at 250 degrees until internal temp 160.


Back in the fridge overnight to firm back up. Sliced and browned in fry pan


Here are the fixings.



On a pita bread with lettuce feta cheese tzatziki sauce and pickled red onions


Were they good? They were OK. Next time I'll just use sliced chicken breasts 😎
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Re:Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/08/29 11:00 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Looks great and I thank your for posting all the nic_ pictures.

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Re:Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/08/29 11:05 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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That is some nice work there, Boatman. They look good to me. What was it that made you think that they were just OK?

Your fixins look great but I will say that I have never seen lettuce on a gyro before.

I have wanted to make gyro meat for a long time, but I like Alton Brown's recipe and also Kenji's from Serious Eats.

Here is a good write up on the texture of the meat:

https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/06/greek-american-lamb-gyros-homemade-from-scratch-the-food-lab.htm l

This recipe:

https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2010/06/greek-american-lamb-gyros-recipe.html

Your pics make me want to try this. Thanks!
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Re:Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/08/29 13:13 By: Boatman Status: Moderator  
 
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Frankly the meat was a little to smokey and a bit over cooked. Not a big fan of pita bread also, but the better half won, of course 😃, so that's what we had 😎. I would suggest a try.
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Re:Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/08/30 05:01 By: bluebird Status: Moderator  
 
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That looks mighty good!
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Re:Gyro Meat - pic heavy
Date: 2020/09/01 09:52 By: fishlessman Status: Moderator  
 
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cook them like this next time, much shorter cook, less smokey. tabbouleh,, tzatziki sauce, red onions in the syrian

https://necessaryindulgences.com/2014/10/kofta-kebabs/

if you havent seen her green lightning shrimp, its another killer recipe
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Date: 2020/09/03 07:04 By: Retired RailRoader Status: Moderator  
 
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That looks great! If you aren’t happy with it I’ll send you my mailing address and take it off your hands
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