Roasted chick’n, cherry tomatoes, and veggies with tzatziki and a side of hummus. Served with flatbread.
Short History: Shawarma is traditionally a slow spit-turned dish originating from the Middle East which consists of thin cuts of meat shaped into a cone. Shawarma first appeared during the Ottoman Empire, in what is called Turkey today! Closely related to Greek gyros in the way that the meat is grilled and cut, and an inspiration to the Mexican dish tacos al pastor.
How we make this Vegan is by replacing meat components with a mix of meat alternatives and fresh vegetables. Creating a more compassionate and sustainable version. This way of preparing Shawarma will provide you with Vitamin A, B6, and C, fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, and more!
Reheating Instructions: Warm the filling over medium-high heat for 1 minute, then wrap in the flatbread. Add the hummus to the wrap if you like or eat separately.
“My kind of meal! The tzatziki sauce is bomb!!!” – Tami La. from Phoenix
“This was a simply perfect dish! That hummus should be available by the pint!” – Rebecca Sp. from Phoenix
“This was my favorite from last week. It was so good I called my vegan sister to rave about it.” – Peg Br. from Gilbert