Thursday, June 14, 2018

gyros -

Gyro or Gyros (Greek pronunciation: [ʝiros]) (Greek: γύρος, gyros, literally meaning rotated) is a Greek dish made of meat cooked with a vertical rotisserie, usually pork, or chicken, and outside Greek with beef, veal or lamb, and usually served wrapped in rolls like ribbon, with tomato sauce, onion and tzatziki sauce.

To make gyro, cuts of meat are placed on a high vertical rotisserie, cone-shaped cone, which is rotated slowly in front of a heat source, usually an electric grill.

If the meat is not fatty enough, chunks of fat are added so that the roast beef always stays moist and crisp. The roasting level can be adjusted by varying the strength of heat and the distance between heat and meat, allowing the cook to adjust to different levels of consumption.

The outside of the meat is sliced ​​vertically in thin and crisp shavings when finished. It is commonly served in a piece of lightly toast, oiled and rolled with tomato slices, chopped onion, fries, and tzatziki. Gyro is part of a sandwich family and is distinguished from other semi-folded foods with its full folding wrapper but not folded intact at the bottom.