=> 2 chicken breast
=> 2 chicken thigh
=> 1 small sized cabbage 9cut into thin strips)
=> 3 medium sized carrot(cut into thin strips)
=> 1 large cucumber(cut into thin strips and circles)
=> 1 medium sized onions
=> Tomatoes (optional
=> Wash and cut your vegetables,place the chicken strips in a bowl and marinate and mix thoroughly until its incorporated(2-3 hours)
=> In a pan, heat up a teaspoonful of oil and add the marinated chicken/beef, stir and fry until juicy brown.
=> Mix some mayonnaise and ketchup together.
=> Place a shawarma bread on a flat surface, spread the mayo-ketchup on it and fill it with the sliced vegetable evenly and the marinated chicken, sprinkle some chilly pepper (optional).
Hold the bread and tuck around the edge.
How to make sharwama bread with stove. (tbs = Table spoon)
=> 2cups of plain flour
Half cup of flour for dusting and kneading
=> 1 cup of warm water
=> 2tbs of dry instant yeast
=> 1tbs of salt
=> 2tbs of butter or olive oil
In a small bowl, mix the yeast and warm water and set aside to dissolve.
In another bowl, add the flour and salt then mix together.
Pour in the yeast mixture with the remaining water and continue to mix until you get a rough dough.
Now knead the dough on a floured surface until the dough is firm and elastic.
If the dough is still sticky add a little more flour and knead until it becomes non-sticky.
Now grease a bowl with oil, and put in the dough inside, this is to avoid the dough from sticking to the bowl.
Cover and allow to rise for 2 hours…
Now take out the dough and roll out in balls, depending on how large u want your bread.
Flour your surface and roll out the ball until u get a round circle.
Ensure to keep the other dough covered while rolling out one, to avoid them drying up.
Now take a non-sticky pan and heat it up.
Put in ur rolled up dough in it, and allow it until it begins to form bubble, turn to the other side,
Deflate the bubbles and put it on a tray.
Your bread is ready.
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