The history of "The Shawarma"49018

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Mediterranean restaurant Etobicoke continues to be proving delicious, middle eastern food to the residents of Etobicoke for years. Our Turkish/Syrian inspired menu has every one of the traditional delicious flavours that get you back to your childhood. Because the popularity of the shawarma has exploded so gets the flavours and preparation has too.

So how did this straightforward, mouth watering meal originate? Invented in Turkey inside the 18th or 1800s, doner kebab means “rotating grilled meat.” In the event it was brought to Greece, the locals named it “gyros,” the Greek word for “turn.” Likewise, in the event it spread through the Middle East, it was called “shawarma,” an Arabic word for turning. Origin from- Shawarma, like gyros, is derived from it. Shawarma was taken to Mexico by immigrants in the Middle East, where it evolved in the early 20th century.

How's it prepared? Shawarma is prepared from thin cuts of seasoned marinated lamb, mutton, veal, beef, chicken, or turkey. The slices are stacked on the skewer about 60 cm (20 in) high. Lamb fat could be added to provide extra fat for juiciness and flavor. A motorized spit slowly turns the stack of meat before a heating element, continuously roasting the surface. Shavings are take off the rotating stack for serving, customarily having a long, sharp knife

Versions of The Shawarma The traditional dish has had many modern twist which has transformed the Shawarma. This includes shawarma pizza, shawarma plates and shawarma poutines. While these innovative backpacks are exciting we at Zazyoun concentrate on preserving the first taste in our meals.

Come and try our traditional and authentic Shawarmas on your own Zayzoun Mediterranean Restaurant 3836 Bloor St W, Etobicoke, ON M9B 1L1