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Beef Saute in Pita Bread

I made Pita bread yesterday. And for filling I make beef saute with cumin for our iftar (breaking fast) menu today. Hubby said, why don't you try to make meatball for the filling next time?
Eh, why not.. ^,^  But I make this beef saute because inspired by döner kebab that he like so much. I slice the meat in very thin and wide, so it's döner look like (*_*), with strong cumin flavor which I like.. I'll bet You will get great menu for your lunch or dinner with this pita bread...
served 4~6

Ingredients for beef saute and how to make:
• ± 350 g beef, thinly widely sliced ​.
• 2 medium onions, finely sliced ​​half-ring shape
• 2 cloves garlic, crushed & finely chopped
• 1 medium size tomato, cut into small squares
• 2 carliston pepper, seeded, sliced ​​lengthwise
• ½ teaspoon pepper powder
• ½ tsp all spice powder
• 1 
½teaspoon ground cumin
• ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon
• 2 tsp salt or to taste
 
• Small amount of sugar
• Enough cooking oil for sauteing


Making beef saute:
Heat oil in a skillet, cook beef until tender--If necessary add small amount of water and cook until water dried again. Stir in onion and garlic, saute until fragrant and wilted. Combine tomatoes and carliston biber, continue stir frying until wilted. Put all other spices, check the taste. Remove from fire.
Other ingredients:
• 4 pieces of Pita bread (you can see recipe here), halved each
• Sliced ​​onions
• Sliced ​​tomatoes
• Lettuce
• Chili flakes for sprinkle on top


How to serve:
Arrange the salad inside slice of pita bread, give beef saute and sprinkle with chili powder/ flake if you like.
Serve warm immediately.
 

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9 comments:

  1. I love pita bread and this combination with beef is simply fabulous! Loved it! Tempting!!
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  2. WOW! This is very yummy. I'm getting hungry now...

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  3. Oh, that looks so gorgeous. I think the sliced meat is a much better idea than meatballs! Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures and the recipe.

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  4. You made your own pita bread?? Wow, it looks sooo good can you please share the recipe?

    I love the beef stuffing!

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  5. @Lilly Hi Lilly.. for pita bread recipe you can see my previous post http://c1tr4sinau.blogspot.com/2011/08/pita-bread.html
    Thx

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  6. beautiful looking pita bread looks delicious and colourful

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  7. Wow! I want to eat this. With that fresh pita bread you made this has to be just out of this world!

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  8. Oh, this looks like the perfect hot weather meal...so beautiful, yet delicious, too~

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  9. Yum,,,YUM pokok nya,,,my mouthwatering now :)

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