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Greek Pork Souvlaki

Greek Pork Souvlaki
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Ingredients:
500 grams / 1 lb of pork in cubes
8 bamboo skewers
½ cup of olive oil
1 tablespoon of vinegar (wine vinegar)
1 pinch Greek oregano
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
8 large pita breads
Greek yoghurt or Greek tzatziki
Shredded salad of lettuce, tomatoes, onion, herbs etc.

Directions:
Cut the pork into small cubes and carefully thread onto the skewers. In a bowl place the olive oil, the wine vinegar, the oregano, the salt and the black pepper. Place the skewers with the pork in a dish and pour the marinade over them. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for several hours or overnight.

Preheat your grill or barbeque. Place the souvlaki skewers over a medium heat and cook each side. Brush with the marinade and turn to cook evenly.

Brush the pita breads with olive oil and cook them on the grill. When the pita and the souvlaki are ready, pull the meat off one skewer into the pita, add tzatziki or Greek yoghurt and the shredded salad. Roll the pita to form a tight cone and wrap it in kitchen or other suitable paper. Serve hot.

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