Earlier this summer I vacationed in Germany and Switzerland. This was my third time in Germany, and my absolute favorite thing to eat there is Döner Kebab — a Turkish-German fast food that is flat bread, shaved lamb/turkey/chicken from a vertical spit, lettuce, tomato, onion, sometimes red or white cabbage, and a white sauce, and sometimes with a spicy red sauce or just red pepper flakes on top.
It. Is. Delicious. And you can pretend it’s healthy, since there are vegetables in it and the meat is cooking vertically, so much of the fat roasts out. I set out today to make my own version. I had to collect recipes from all over the place, so none of these recipes are mine (but I have linked to their sources).