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  • King Of Donair Dough Recipe

    Hi! I absolutely love the King of Donair crust. Does anyone know how to make it?

    Thanks for any input!

    Margaret
    Saint John, N.B. (Canada)

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    Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

    Never heard of it. Sorry!
    Nommie

    Thought for the day: Handle every stressful situation like a dog. If you can't eat it or play with it, pee on it and walk away!

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    • #3
      Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

      Welcome to CK Margaret

      Sorry I couldn't find the dough recipe but check out this link - it offers donair meat and sauce recipes.

      Could you not use pizza dough? just bake it as needed?

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      • #4
        Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

        I've only seen recipes for the meat and sauce not the crust. If you want me to post those I can.

        Deweydecimal
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        • #5
          Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

          PLease tell me what Donair Dough and meat and sauce is?
          Mary

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          • #6
            Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

            If you look up the website for King of Donair you'll see that the donair dough is a lot like a pita/pizza dough cross. It is filled with a spiced meat (beef, lamb, chicken or a mix of meats) and a special sauce (Tzaziki) is then put on it (Doner/donair sometimes called a Gyro) (Greek, Macedonian, Turkish)

            Here are links for a donair sauce and meat recipes at the following

            http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/~gpetitpas/Links/Donair.html

            http://www.trailerparkboys.org/forums/index.php?topic=3992.msg74933

            Taziki (Gyro Dressing)
            1 Cup Non-Fat Yogurt
            1/2 Seedless Cucumber
            3/4 tsp Salt
            1 tsp Crushed Garlic
            1 Tbsp Olive Oil
            1 tsp Red Wine Vinegar
            1/4 tsp Black Pepper

            Chop cucumber finely and place in bowl. Add yogurt and remaining ingredients. Mix well, cover and refrigerate while preparing meat.

            Doner Kebab (Gyro)

            1 pound ground lamb or beef
            1/2 cup onion
            2 teaspoons fresh crushed garlic
            3/4 teaspoon sea salt
            1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram
            1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary
            1/4 teaspoon black pepper


            Place onion, garlic, salt, marjoram, rosemary and pepper into blender (or chopper) and puree until there are no chunks of onion. Mix this well with the meat.
            Press firmly into a greased baking pan and cook at 325 for 1 hour. Once cooked, drain fat and let the meat cool slightly before slicing. Slice into thin strips.


            Preparing the Kebab (Gyro)

            Pita Pockets or Flatbread
            Shredded Lettuce
            Sliced onion
            Sliced Tomato
            Feta Cheese

            Place your choice of vegetables & cheese into pita pocket (or on flatbread) along with sliced meat. Spoon Taziki (Dressing) over vegetables & meat and enjoy! This recipe makes a complete meal (protein, dairy, fibrous carbohydrates and good fat). It makes a great low-carbohydrate meal that is compliant with Atkins, Zone and South Beach Diets if prepared with a low-carb wrap or flatberad instead of a pita.

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            • #7
              Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

              Here's a link to a more traditional doner made with lamb

              http://www.angelfire.com/country/fauziaspakistan/donerkebab.html

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              • #8
                Re: King Of Donair Dough Recipe

                Has anyone made this? This thread reminds me that Alton Brown did a show once on making gyro meat. Gryos are favs of mine.

                The Taziki sauce sounds good.
                Mary Ann in Wisconsin
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                Ludwig Wittgenstein

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