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It's really sad for me (I'm borned and raised in Greece) to read an article about "real" Greek gyro and the first ingredient as I see is a lamb! THAT IS WRONG!!! That is not gyros! Is Turkish doner!! The REAL Greek gyro is made with PORK or CHICKEN!!! You can travel in Greece from side to side. I guarantee you that you are not going to see that thing!!! Thank you very much!

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Anonymous April 04, 2015

I was hoping our lamb was tastier, but that is no fault of this recipe. Very tasty. I would have liked the tomatoes slightly smaller and regular tzatziki sauce. Very tasty meal, marinaded lamb overnight to help make dinner quicker. Thanks for Posting. Made ZWT 6.

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Tarteausucre June 14, 2010

We both really enjoyed this fresh flavorful dish for dinner and for lunch the next day. It took a little fore thought to marinate the meat a 1 1/2 days before and to prepare the yogurt the morning before. The recipe was otherwise really simple, and the flavor was well worth the trouble.

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833287 June 12, 2008

I love Gyros and these are great. Very easy and delicious. I marinated everything for about 5 hours, and that was long enough, in my opinion, but I'd go even longer. I'm used to the "yogurt sauce" being Tzatziki, but this was easier and still very good. I actually found real Greek yogurt (for the first time in my life) and used that, which has a different texture than plain yogurt. I also left out the romaine lettuce as you can see in my photo.

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troyh September 09, 2006
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