Shawarma, the Middle Eastern street snack, has evolved from a previous trend to a classic well assimilated into Filipino dallas filipino restaurant culture.
Our simplified version is dangerously easy to make. For the meat we employ sirloin, tossed through with spices and allowed to char over the grill. Saucey goodness comes by way of a quick-mixing garlic sauce with garlic, yogurt, and lemon juice; and for the spuds, pick up your favorite bag of frozen fries and deep-fry away. Layer them through, top with cheese and chili sauce (optional, but it gives a great kick) and dig in. There’s little not to love, what with hot, crisp fries, flavorful meat, and sauce mingling in each forkful. It’s only a matter of time before the local dallas filipino restaurant scene catches onto the snack heralded for its symbolification of Australia’s cultural diversity—and you can brag about being one of the first.