Chicken sausages are a regular go-to for dinner at our house. They’re fully cooked, so they’re just so speedy for a weeknight dinner. I was thinking I’d quickly sear them for that caramelized exterior to suggest gyro. I used weird wraps for this but the premise of this sandwich was good!
The wraps were lavash wraps which are fantastic for roll-style wraps, but not so much for this wrap-like-a-pita.
Gyro Style Wraps with Chicken Sausage
Ingredients: (for 2 wraps)
2 chicken sausages
2 cups/handfuls of frozen seasoned fries
2 wraps: tortillas, pitas, etc
1 cup lettuce
creamy caesar dressing (optional, or use Italian dressing, or a schmear of hummus, or balsamic vinegar)
1 small tomato
Bake the fries, according to the package.
Pan sear the chicken sausages (or cook through if not fully cooked). Then slice into coins.
Lay out the wrap and top with lettuce, creamy caesar, tomatoes, chicken sausage slices, and fries.
Roll and enjoy!
I trimmed these lavash breads as they’re really best suited with the filling spread all over it and then rolled like a pinwheel. Wrap the bottom in foil for street-food eatability. Is eatability a word? WordPress seems to think so and isn’t correcting me!
I admit this isn’t my most signature dish ever. I liked the seasoned fries in there. It was a great use for a very itty bit we had in the freezer. I’d use different wraps next time, but these totally hit the spot and I think the fries + chicken sausage + creamy caesar makes this. Plus, the fries only needed 20 minutes so in the time I plopped them into the oven, I then just seared the sausages and prepped the filling and they were done. Poof! Din-din!