Tangy Hummus Gyro

Tangy Hummus Gyro Recipe

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Lori Loucas

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@jostlori

This is my go-to recipe when I want a quick lunch. I keep frozen Gyro slices in the freezer (from Trader Joes - so good!!!) and we always have hummus on hand. If you don't like the distinct tang of artichoke lemon hummus, you can use plain or any flavor that you like!

Rating:

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Serves:
1
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
5 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

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1
pita bread, halved
1/2 c
artichoke & lemon hummus
6
frozen gyro slices
1/4 c
persian cucumber, thinly sliced
6
kalamata olives, pitted & sliced
2 Tbsp
feta cheese, crubled
2 Tbsp
red onion, sliced (optonal)

How to Make Tangy Hummus Gyro

Step-by-Step

  • 1Toast pita halves in toaster over or oversized toaster. This is optional, but I like mine toasted.
  • 2Spread 1/4 cup hummus inside each pita half.
  • 3Cook frozen gyro slices per package directions. I cook for 1 minute on each side on a hot stovetop grill. Place two slices in each pita half.
  • 4Place half the cucumbers in each pita half. Sprinkle sliced olives and crumbled cheese inside each pita half. If using, add the sliced red onion to taste. Serve immediately.

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About Tangy Hummus Gyro

Course/Dish: Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: Greek


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