Dürüm, a thin bread roll full of flavor
Dürüm: could we call it a cousin of the Mexican burrito? Incredible but true, despite the enormous geographical distance between the two countries, the recipes are similar. Dürüm is a roll, a thin and soft bread similar to tortilla, which is filled and rolled on itself. Inside you can put chicken or beef, kebab, vegetables and cheese. You can find it on the street but also in restaurants.
A dürüm (Turkish pronunciation: [dyˈɾym] is a Turkish wrap that is usually filled with typical döner kebab ingredients. The wrap is made from lavash or yufka flatbreads. It is common as a street food in Turkey but can also be found in sit-down restaurants.
How to make a dürüm kebab at home?
Ingredients: 400 gr beef rump, wraps Of Bread, Fresh Oregano, Fresh Mint, Fresh Chilli, Fresh chilli, Cinnamon powder, Cumin powder, Coriander Seeds,
Tomatoes, Red onion, Cabbage, Light yogurt, Garlic, Extra virgin olive oil, salt.
Preparation: chop a little bit of spices (oregano, cumin, cinnamon, coriander, mint, chilli) in a mortar.
Cut the rump into thin strips and marinate it for about 1 hour with the spices. Heat some oil in a pan and sauté the meat, seasoning with salt.
Heat the wraps on a plate, place the kebab, onion and sliced tomatoes, garlic and yogurt sauce in the center of each.
Close the wraps by wrapping them and serve the hot dürüm kebab.