Authentic Home-Style Shawarma – A Delightful Treat

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Authentic Home-Style Shawarma - A Delightful Treat

Picture this – tender marinated chicken, crisp young veggies, and a creamy, zesty sauce all wrapped up in a thin lavash, creating a flavor explosion in every bite. As you savor the blend of exotic spices, fresh herbs, and tangy accents, you’ll be transported to the bustling streets of the Middle East, where the aroma of sizzling shawarma fills the air. So, whether you’re a seasoned foodie or an adventurous home cook, get ready to tantalize your taste buds and impress your guests with this easy-to-follow recipe. Get set for a shawarma experience like never before – it’s time to indulge in the authentic flavors of the world in your very own kitchen. Bon appétit!

Authentic Home-Style Shawarma - A Delightful Treat


  • Thin tortilla
  • Chicken breast
  • Young cabbage
  • Red salad onion
  • Fresh young cucumbers
  • Tomatoes
  • Yellow bell pepper
  • Parsley
  • Sour cream
  • White wine vinegar
  • Garlic
  • Salt, sugar, spices to taste
  • Vegetable oil


  1. Let’s prepare the sauce: Mix sour cream, chopped parsley, pressed garlic, salt, and blend everything well.
  2. Marinate finely chopped red salad onion in salt, sugar, and white wine vinegar.
  3. Slice the vegetables. Cut strips of lavash and spread sauce over one half, then add the vegetable filling.
  4. Boil the chicken and cut it into small pieces, quickly sauté in hot vegetable oil, stirring constantly.
  5. Neatly and tightly roll up the lavash with the filling, starting from the right side, creating a wrap, then sear it quickly on a hot griddle from both sides.

Authentic Home-Style Shawarma - A Delightful Treat

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  1. Kimberly Guerra

    How in the world can anybody make your recipes when you do not give measurements? Why even post as a recipe when you can’t follow what you’ve created? This makes no sense at all. Look at other blogs so you get ideas on how to post a recipe.