1Preheat oven to 450*
Spray two metal loaf pans with non stick spray and set aside
2Mix grorund poor, greek seasoning and salt. Once everything is mixed, flatten it down with the spoon and divide in half.
3Take a piece of foil, that is large enough to be the length of the loaf pan and place one half of the meat on the foil in a log shape. It needs to be shorter then the loaf pan by 2 inches. Wrap the foil around the meat and roll it like play dough a few times. Unwrap the meat, neaten up the ends, and place in middle of loaf pan. Repeat with second half of meat.
4Slice the onion thinly. I use a mandolin slicer because I am lazy. Once sliced, divide them in half and place around the meat logs.
5Bake for 30-45 minutes, until done.
6While the meat is cooking, lets play with our veggies!
Peel and cube the cucumbers and place them in a food processor. Turn it on and turn them to mush! (this was a fun one. I had my hubby do this, and I told him to turn it on and walked out of the room. he got a little alarmed when it turned to mush)
7Place a flour sack kitchen cloth in a strainer and place the cucumbers in. I use a bent handled icing spatula to get everything out of the processor.
Gather the corners of the cloth, and twist to make a ball of cucumber with long cloth tails. Now....squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze all the juice out of the cucumbers. Should look very strange and crumbly.
8Place the cucumber in a bowl, and add the yogurt, dill, parsley and salt. Stir well, and let sit.
9Once the meat is done, remove from oven, turn oven off, and place tortillas in oven to heat.
10Slice the meat logs as thinly as possible.
11Assemble the mock gyros. I like to take the tortilla, place meat, onions, then lettuce, then the sauce. YUM!
My hubby likes to put tomatoes on his.