Um... WANT.The Döner was a success. Tasted like a Döner from a dirty little corner kebab store at the Hamburg red light district, where a guy named Mehmet
who speaks fluent english,french,swedish,turkish and arabic, but no german greets you with a huge grin and after you drunkenly give him your order, shaves mystery meat of the spit and drowns it in tzatziki and "spicy".
it has begunHere is the recipe:
For the meat spit
500g ground lamb or beef
1 large onion
1 cup yoghurt
1tsp red pepper flakes
Grate the onion. Light a small candle so you wont die crying. Mix the grated onion with the meat,yoghurt and spices.
Put the meat mixture into your food processor and blend till it becomes a paste. Let it chill for 30 mins in the fridge and then wrap it in cling film and freeze over night.
Shave meat off the frozen spit using a sharp knife. Fry in a very hot pan till you reached desired crispyness. Dont crowd your pan.
Put the meat into a toasted pita that you filled with sliced lettuce,onions,cucumber and tomatoes. You can go nuts here, red cabbage, picled peppers, feta cheese. Do what you like. For the sauce you can use tzatziki, schiracha or whatever you desire.
Alternative cooking method:
you can also put the meatslurry into a meatloafpan and bake it at 150°C for 90 minutes. After cooking drain the fat into a Jar and save it. Slice strips off of the Döner loaf and fry in the drained fat. Freeze the left over meat.
That looks amazing. And gross, just the way good risotto should.Guys.
I made the most amazing chicken and mushroom risotto last night.
Like, when I finished it, I actually felt a pang of regret that there was no more risotto left in my bowl.
I would literally allow Gordon Ramsay to taste this risotto. I want to open a restaurant and sell this risotto. I want to submit this risotto to competitions, and then build a trophy room for all the awards it would win.
Oh, also, it looks gross.
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Roughly yeah. But that takes into consideration time cooking too.Did it take you the full 4 hours?