Vegan Greek Inspired Seitan Gyros

Vegan Greek Inspired Seitan Gyros

This Vegan Seitan Gyro is my go-to dinner or even lunch lately. I could have this everyday of the week and still never be tired of it. You could always customize it differently with additional toppings to switch it up. It’s a pretty light meal but it can be filling depending on how well you stuff it. I usually serve my Gyros with fresh cut potato fries or a salad on the side. It’s really up to you on what you want to serve alongside it or you could serve this alone.

Pair these Greek-Inspired Seitan Gyros with my Vegan Seitan Mock “Meat” and Vegan Creamy Tzatziki Sauce.

OR

Try one of my other Greek-Inspired Recipes:

Vegan Greek Pastitsio 

Vegan Greek Moussaka

Greek Salad with Tofu “Feta” and Homemade Dressing

Vegan Oregano Tofu “Feta” crumbles or Fresh “Mozzarella” No Cheese 

Greek Inspired Salad Dressing

Vegan Greek Roasted “Lamb” with Herbed Vegetables


Start by spraying your skillet with coconut oil over medium heat. Add in your sliced Seitan strips and cook until just browned about 3-4 minutes on each side. Remove from your skillet and set aside to cool.

 

Assembling the Seitan Gyros

Now, you need to prepare your Seitan Gyros.

Start with the pita bread. Slap on as much or as little Vegan Tzatziki Sauce you would like.

Then top it with 5 strips of Vegan Seitan.

Next layer on the red onions, romaine lettuce, chopped tomatoes, some more Vegan Tzatziki Sauce and a little crumbled Vegan Oregano “Feta” No Cheese as garnish.

Serve immediately with a side of fries or anything desired.


Print Recipe
Vegan Greek-Inspired Seitan Gyros
Seitan-made from Vital Wheat Gluten, fresh vegetables, with a vegan Tzatziki sauce wrapped in a pita bread. Perfect cruelty-free replacement for the “other” meat.
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. Start by spraying your skillet with coconut oil over medium heat. Add in your sliced Seitan strips and cook until just browned about 3-4 minutes on each side. Remove from your skillet and set aside to cool.
  2. Now, you need to prepare your Seitan Gyros.
  3. Start with the pita bread. Slap on as much or as little Vegan Tzatziki Sauce you would like.
  4. Then top it with 5 strips of Seitan.
  5. Next layer on the red onions, romaine lettuce, chopped tomatoes, some more Vegan Tzatziki Sauce and a little crumbled Vegan Oregano “Feta” No Cheese as garnish.
  6. Serve immediately with a side of fries or anything desired.
Recipe Notes

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