Healthy Chicken Gyro Platter

 

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Directions Step 1 Combine lemon juice, oil, garlic, oregano, salt and pepper in an 8-inch glass baking dish. Add chicken and toss Step 2 Position rack in upper third of oven; preheat broiler to high. Step 3 Transfer the chicken. Enter this recipe for a Healthy Chicken Gyro Platter.

It’s a remixed, healthier version of chicken gyros. Even if you don’t have all of the ingredients on hand right now, there are many substitutions and modifications you can make. Give these a. Whisk together 4 cloves minced garlic, juice of 1 lemon, red wine vinegar, 2 tablespoons olive oil, and oregano in a large glass or ceramic bowl.

Season to taste with salt and black pepper. Step 3 Stir in chicken strips. These healthy chicken gyros made with ground chicken, plenty of garlic, herbs, and easy tzatziki couldn’t be more delicious.

Serve it with some Crispy Turnip Fries or Chopped Chickpea Greek Salad.. Is it wrong to dream up imaginary errands just for an excuse to eat a delicious gyro. Drain chicken, discarding marinade. In a large nonstick skillet saute the chicken for 7-8 minutes or until juices run clear. Spoon half the chicken on each pita and top with cucumber mixture and sliced onion.

Lettuce and tomato may be added if you like. On a cutting board, place a piece of plastic wrap over the chicken thighs and pound until about ½ inch (1 cm) thick with a meat mallet, rolling pin, or heavy pan. In another large bowl or gallon plastic bag, combine chicken thighs and marinade, stirring well to coat. Cover and refrigerate.

When looking at poultry nutrition, comparing chicken to lamb meat results in a clear win for chicken. Harvard Medical School details how a four-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breast contains 137 calories, compared to the 217 calories in. Instructions. In a large bowl, combine the garlic, lemon juice, red wine vinegar, olive oil, yogurt, oregano, salt and pepper in a medium bowl and whisk well.

Add the chicken pieces to the bowl and mix well to coat. Cover bowl or. “These are so tasty.

Perfect side dish for chicken souvlaki.” – Barbara. Sarah’s Rice Pilaf. Orzo and rice are cooked with garlic and onion in this easy side dish. Arica’s Green Beans and Feta “I added a splash of lemon.

Everybody enjoyed it and it. It takes about 1/2 cup of chopped or shredded chicken breast to make one chicken gyro. This amount contains 22 grams of protein, or about half of the 46 grams women need daily and 39 percent of men’s daily requirement of 56 grams.

The chicken is also a good source of vitamin B-6 and vitamin B-12.

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  • This guy misses the most important ingredient in the fucking recipe honestly. He acts like everyone has tzatziki sauce on hand??? Bitch we don’t. SHARE THE RECIPE WHAT ARE YOU THE SECRET GREEK POLICE

  • Oh yea this is perfect… that chicken looks so delicious I will definitely be trying it that way �� As always thanks Dimitra, you’re the best ��

  • Hey Akki boy..we had this for dinner tonite..my Akki boy ( my son ‘s name is Akki ��) simply loved it..loads of love from india..hope u r safe there..wish to come to Greece some day..

  • Love the older videos without the woman/ingredient opening. That kind of kills it for me.
    I love this channel but not the new ingredient thing.

  • Chicken tastes like boiled dog food chicken. So many really awesome Halal chicken places Better. Sammy’s, Casbah, Shah’s and even Rafi Q’s. Halal guys is a gimmick food for whyte people that can’t handle flavor and spice. “Ommmggg Like A lottt of it (white sauce) Omggggg Soooo gooodddd” you get the idea. The pretentious NY gentrifiers or tourists

  • I made this today for my picky little brothers and it was a hit!!! They loved it so much. My chicken was a little dry because I didn’t know how long to leave it in the oven, but it was still REALLY good! Definitely going to make this again soon ^_^ Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!!

  • One of their trucks was stationed across from my former college. We had a 30 minute lunch period. By the time you waited for the elevator to come, lunch was nearly over, so halal food was our go to. Their truck fed my classmates almost daily, for the entirety of our program, right up until our graduation.
    #Memories

  • Btw, if you don’t fully understand him you can click on the [CC] at the bottom of the video window and the subtitles are in English.

  • Hi Akis i am one of your follower from the Philippines and I admire your cooking session in YouTube. Goodluck and I will continue follow your delicious Greek menu style.. Filakia

  • Don’t know what I’m doing wrong, but I put a large slice of onion on the bottom as the base, but the whole stack of meat keeps falling over. It’s super annoying!!! This better taste good.

  • Akis, wanted to thank you for this one. It is the BEST chicken gyro ever! I’ve made it twice this week already. Next…. the pork gyro. Keep up the amazing work. Greeting from Miami. PS any chance your food tour videos can be dubbed or subtitled one day?

  • I started eating halal guys in 1999 while I was in college. I kept going to them until 2005 when I moved out of state. Since then, I’ve been back a few more times but it’s just not the same anymore. I can go to halal guys locally at their brick and mortar store but the experience of waiting in line for almost an hour almost 20 years ago can’t be replaced.

  • Maybe their food was good when they were in food trucks. The sit down restaurants here in LA were not really good. Greasy and not well made.

  • I made this today for lunch, to go in a pita. EXCELLENT! I added the zest of a lemon (along with the juice in the recipe) and substituted some of the paprika with Spanish smoked paprika. I also added sliced onions and small quartered potatoes and didn’t use the baking rack over the tray because I don’t have one. I will probably never get to visit Greece, but for 15 minutes in my tiny kitchen several thousand miles away, I could close my eyes, take a bite of this slathered with tzatziki and picture myself on a Greek beach.

    As always Dimitra, thank you for bringing such excellent recipes to the internet. You are a treasure!

  • It’s delicious look like.. I’m from Indonesia but I see for the yellow rice i call it “Nasi kuning” usually in my country and that’s my favorite rice..

  • Wowww I’ve been eating that gyro forever like around 23 years but now the quality and taste is not good as it was but wowww this video and food look so good and I will try it asap

  • Cool video..but chicken breast would have been much easier..vs taking the bone out the thigh..but thightz r high in fat but it has more flavor..but cool video..

  • Do you ship? I would love to eat anything you make. I grew up with Greek food, but we aren’t Greek. We lived near Tarpon Springs, Florida and went there for all family get togethers.

  • Looks tasty. I’m gonna try to do it tomorrow, but I have a question:
    How many minutes do you put the charcoal with the covered cooked chicken?

  • Beautiful…nham nham….just tell us please about the charcoal… was that to add some flavour?? was that water on the pot of it?? Tkz

  • Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I cannot wait to try it! I would have one request; can you please share with us the recipe for the saffron diy? I would be forever grateful!

  • As a Greek, I will say that this is not gyros. That’s just a bunch of chicken with spices which we do not use in pita gyro or the meat itself. Appetising but not gyros whatsoever.

  • This was fantastic, a new staple in my house. Prepped everything the night before so it was well marinated prior to cooking. The yogurt brought such a fresh flavor to the meal I can’t wait to make them again.