Similar to a souvlaki, this is a Lebanese dish of seasoned steak sliced thin and served with spices, onions, tomatoes and tahini sauce.
doner kebab is turkish Recipe not lebanese get it right plz - 13 Jul 2013
Although there is a rustic simplicity to Dash’s Donair recipe on this website, this version of doner kebab is much more satisfying, so I’m surprised more people haven’t tried/reviewed it. The marinade adds a lot of body and flavor, making the beef especially tasty. I only make a few minor changes: 1) Surprisingly, I think whole wheat pita complements the dish better 2) I serve with lettuce, tomatoes and onions so family members can make their own sandwiches and 3) for the sauces, although I like hummus, I think it takes away from the flavor of the meat in this dish. I also remove the tomatoes from the parsley sauce because I serve with fresh tomatoes. This makes the parsley sauce stronger, but nestled among the meat and veggies, it doesn’t overwhelm. (As a side note, I usually have a lot of the parsley sauce left. Instead of throwing it away, I recycle it into another dish. I cut large tomatoes in half – the hothouse/jersey variety – spread the tops of the tomatoes with a large spoonful of the parsley sauce and bake/broil in the toaster oven for 30 minutes. It makes for an interesting twist on the tomato/pesto side dish that goes well with a lot of meat/chicken meals.) I enjoy this recipe for lunch or as a light dinner, but it is particularly in demand with the menfolk during football season. - 29 Sep 2008
OMG the marinade makes the beef taste just like a kebab shop. All the family loved the meat. I did use cider vinegar instead of red wine vinegar with great results. - 24 Jun 2009