There is more to life than beef, chicken and pork. I like to experiment a little in that way, looking for other fantastic meats that I can try. I actually discovered a similar dish to this while eating at the bistro in the King’s Riding Golf Club. Perfectly seasoned lamb with creamy tatziki and thick pita. You will have to make this to know just how good it is. I had to create a recipe that created the delicious fusion of Mediterranean flavours.
What a delicious meal. Especially for me who is a garlic person. You can use the pitas like a wrap and remove the skewers from the meat, or you can use a knife and fork, getting a little of everything on the fork and dipping it into the tatziki.
How did yours turn out? Tell me about it!
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