Pressure Cooker Beef Gyros

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Rated 5.0 based on 6 customer reviews
Pressure Cooker Beef Gyros
Pressure Cooker Beef Gyros

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Directions

Mealthy tip:

Always wondered the proper way to pronounce "gyro?" The correct pronunciation is "YEE-roh" rather than the Americanized sounding "Jai-ro" we often hear. No matter how you say it, a gyro is always delicious!

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Sam Dalton says:

Love these sandwiches, they turned out great. The meat wasn't overcooked and it tasted amazing. The oregano, lemon, and garlic were the perfect flavors. Very good recipe.

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Laura Griffin says:

I love gyros! I used to always get them on road trips between Vegas and LA at my favorite spot. This recipe comes pretty close to that! The quick cooking time makes it so easy to do. I topped mine with tzatziki and it was incredible.

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Loren Schaffer says:

I loved that I could make it in my pressure cooker rather than on the stove or oven. This gyro definitely called for hot sauce, really yummy. I use the homemade tzatziki I found on another recipe on Mealthy. These were really good!

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Melissa P says:

So funny I always called these HEE-ROS. Either way, these were really good. Served them up with a side of homemade hummus.

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Garcia B says:

Two teaspoons oregano was not nearly enough. Once I adjusted the seasonings some this turned out great. Definitely good with tzatziki.

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Olivia Heath says:

This was delicious. I added a little more garlic and oregano and the flavor was great. I topped it with tzatziki, tomatoes, and cucumbers. I even cooked some potatoes as a side, using the same seasoning. I will definitely be making this again!