Dash's Donair Recipe


dashs donair recipe

Dash's Donair Recipe

For the true donair fan. This recipe is tried and tested. If you enjoy Halifax donairs , then you'll love this recipe. When making this recipe, use only the finest spices ...

Inspired by Halifax's donairs, this meat mixture is spiced with Mediterranean seasonings, baked, and then sliced for sandwiches. They're served with a creamy donair sauce.
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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). · Place the ground beef in a large bowl, and use your hands to blend in the spice mixture. · Form the meat into  ...


back to the original donair from the east coast of canada recipe

Back to The Original Donair From the East Coast of Canada recipe

What resulted, however, is the legendary East Coast Donair. ... i thought this was great. this sauce recipe looks better than dash's recipe on this site. i used this ...

Try this recipe when you find yourself too far away from a corner pizza place in Halifax. Slices of spicy beef loaf are served on pita bread with the creamy, sweet and tangy sauce you expect. Favorite garnishes are chopped onions and fresh diced tomatoes.
dashs donair review by lucille lynch

Dash's Donair - Review by Lucille Lynch

Reviews: Dash's Donair ... Nothing compares to the PIZZA DELIGHT donair sauce so I did some searching and finally found something comparable.... use 1 can ...

Wow! This is EXCELLENT!!! Hint: Do let the meat sit in refrigerator at least overnight before serving. I tried it straight out of the oven and just wasn't that impressed. However, tried again the next day and WOW!!! really great. I didn't have great results with the sauce though. Too runny for my liking. Nothing compares to the PIZZA DELIGHT donair sauce so I did some searching and finally found something comparable.... use 1 can sweetened condensed milk, 1/3C white vinegar and 1-2tsp garlic powder (or to your liking). Combine the garlic powder and milk together well then slowly about 1/3 at a time add the vinegar, let sit a few seconds then just stir to combine, let sit another few seconds and continue until all the vinegar has been combined. Refrigerate it for at least 30mins before serving. So delicious! I used store bought greek style pitas (which are thicker and more like pizza dough) then followed another reviewers idea for wetting them well then frying them up in an oiled frying pan to warm a
dashs donair review by paula rosy

Dash's Donair - Review by Paula Rosy

Feb 18, 2018 ... Italian seasoning contains oregano, so I only use that. I prefer making it with lamb instead of beef. Cook it to medium rare, 135 degrees in the ...

I've been using this recipe for over a decade now, and have had made a few changes. Italian seasoning contains oregano, so I only use that. I prefer making it with lamb instead of beef. Cook it to medium rare, 135 degrees in the center, takes about 30 min. Make it a day ahead of time and let it chill in the fridge overnight. When you're ready to eat, slice it up and pan fry the slices to desired doneness. I don't usually make the sauce. Eat it with tzatziki sauce and call it a gyro, or toum and call it shawarma. It is awesome with freshly made pitas baked on a pizza stone.
dashs donair review by heatherc

Dash's Donair - Review by HeatherC

Dash's Donair. HeatherC. 34. 13. 23. August 11, 2004. I am from Atlantic Canada and this is a great recipe for donairs (I love them and have them alot) I can't ...

I am from Atlantic Canada and this is a great recipe for donairs (I love them and have them alot) I can't believe that this delicious treat hasn't gone much past Atlantic Canada yet and I could barely belive it when I found this out. The meat in this recipe is perfectly spiced and the sauce tastes perfect as well. You are a real donair expert! :)
dashs donair review by diane l

Dash's Donair - Review by Diane L.

Dash's Donair. Diane L. 119. 6. 1. November 26, 2005. Thank you for the recipe! It's very easy to make and tastes delicious... just like the 'real' donairs in this ...

Thank you for the recipe! It's very easy to make and tastes delicious... just like the 'real' donairs in this area (New Brunswick). It was my first time making donairs and I'll definitely use this recipe again. The sauce didn't turn out very thick (even after whisking for 3-4 minutes), maybe I had to let it set ... I'll try again.
dashs donair review by amanda

Dash's Donair - Review by Amanda

We wrap ours in a steamed pita bread and top it with the sliced beef that we fry after it has been frozen or cooled and then add on diced tomatoes, onions, lettus  ...

I moved to Regina from Edmonton 4 months ago and back home there are donair shops EVERYWHERE...here there is not a single one. So I desided to make them and home using this recipe and everything turned out wonderful. I now make 10lbs of beef at a time and freeze it in little ziplocks for individual servings and for friends who have moved here and miss the tastes of home. Again the sauce is perfect as long as you remember to blend the ingredient WELL before adding the vinager. We wrap ours in a steamed pita bread and top it with the sliced beef that we fry after it has been frozen or cooled and then add on diced tomatoes, onions, lettus and mozza cheese. We then wrap it in wax paper and foil and put it in a plastic bag like they do at the donair shops so it isn't that messy when we eat it. I hope that everyone else has as much success with this recipe as I did....enjoy!
dashs donair review by steve baker

Dash's Donair - Review by Steve Baker

Sep 2, 2010 ... It's been a long time since i had a donair this good. I use sweetened condensed milk, no added sugar, and add 1/4 cup vinegar. Smoother the ...

It's been a long time since i had a donair this good. I use sweetened condensed milk, no added sugar, and add 1/4 cup vinegar. Smoother the donair meat in sauce and make it nice and messy. Wrap the whole think in tinfoil and enjoy. It is meant to be messy, drippy and fun to eat.
dashs donair review by katers0404

Dash's Donair - Review by KATERS0404

I am from Halifax too. This is the exact recipe used by the restaurant that invented the Donair. The trick to the meat is to ask your butcher to put it through the meat ...

I am from Halifax too. This is the exact recipe used by the restaurant that invented the Donair. The trick to the meat is to ask your butcher to put it through the meat grinder 2 more times to grind it extra fine. Medium beef also works the best. Also, absolutely no substitutes can be made for the sauce. You must used evaporated milk and you must chill the sauce before using. The cold sauce meets warm spicy beef is an important part of the experience. a warm pita is important too.