Slow Cooker Greek Pork Gyros
Indulge in a culinary adventure as we whisk you away to the streets of Greece with our Slow Cooker Pork Gyros! Immerse yourself in the aromas and flavours of this Greek street food classic, right in the comfort of your own kitchen. Succulent, slow-cooked pork, fragrant herbs, and zesty tzatziki sauce will transport your taste buds to the sun-soaked Mediterranean shores.
This dish starts out with slicing pork tenderloin relatively thin. Don’t go too thin though, otherwise it may become tough when cooked. The rest of the slow cooker ingredients are fairly simple and you may even have them lurking in your cupboard.
Tzatziki is a must with any gyros. It’s a beautful yoghurt-based Greek sauce. We felt lazy when making this dish and used some store-bought Tzatziki – which is fine. However, it is super easy to make if you fancy giving it a go. This simple but tasty recipe from BBC Good Food is one we’ve used before.
To serve assemble your pork gyros, pile the succulent pork onto warm pita bread or flatbread. To top it off with a generous dollop of tzatziki sauce, along with your favorite garnishes such as sliced tomatoes, red onions, and crisp lettuce. We also think some fries are a must, but that may cause some debate! Whatever you choose, roll it up and take a big satisfying bite! You can wrap them up in foil or baking paper if you like.
Slow Cooker Greek Pork Gryos
- Slow Cooker
- 600-750 g Pork tenderloin Sliced thinly
- 3 tbsp Olive oil
- 1.5 tbsp Red wine vinegar
- Juice of half a lemon
- 1 tbsp Honey
- 1 tbsp Dried oregano
- 0.5 tbsp Dried thyme
- 2 cloves Garlic Minced
- pinch Salt
- pinch Dried chilli flakes
- 4 Flatbreads
- 200 g Tzatziki
- 200 g French fries
- Red onion Thinly sliced
- 2 Tomatoes Sliced, seeds removed
- Lettuce Chopped
- Combine all of the slow cooker ingredients listed above and stir well.
- Cook on high for 2-3 hours or low for 5-6.
- Ahead of time prepare any ingredients that you want to include in your gyros. For us, this means cooking fries and chopping vegetables. It may include making Tzatziki if you're using a homemade recipe.
- Place warm flatbread on a square of foil or baking paper. Assemble your wrap with the pork and your toppings. Fold the flatbread over in half and use the foil or paper to wrap the bottom half of the wrap up.
Nutrition calculations only estimates. Please check the nutrition information for the ingredients you use.
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