Shawarma Recipe
(don’t try this at home)

This is my shawarma recipe page, in which I mainly recommend to you to eat this dish out at a place where they specialize in making shawarma and therefore carry the right equipment.

Shawarma is probably one of the best “on the go” foods, at least in my opinion. It is best made from fresh beef, lamb, chicken or turkey on a special shawarma rolling skewer that allows for perfect roasting. The picture on the left will give you an idea. Since you and I don’t keep such equipment in the kitchen at home – it will be hard to get the same great tasting results.

Having said all that, if you do wish to venture and try an alternative way of cooking the shawarma you can certainly do so! But don’t be disappointed when you discover that the result is not as good as the shawarma you ate in that great restaurant…

If I wasn’t successful in discouraging you out of cooking your own shawarma here is a video recipe I found that will help you out (presented in two parts - here is part one):



This is the second part:








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