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This is an Original East Coast Donair Recipe i got from my aunt in NB, Im not sure if this is the same recipe that my grandmother got from the owner of a popular resturant in Campbellton or not… so im not going to claim it, but it very well could be.
If i find out that it is, i’ll note that it is, and if im asked to take it down i will.. but for now im putting up this so others can make their own and enjoy.
this is a complete from scratch recipe, including the pita, but you can always buy your own if your like me and spent enough time making the meat and sauce you just want to eat this thing already!
First 10 Ingredients are Just for the Meat, which Makes 2 Loafs…
10-15 is the sauce, which you can add garlic powder to add the garlic flavor to the sweet sauce
and the rest is the pita, which id go buy them! i havn’t made pita’s by this recipe, so i dont know…
5 Lbs of hamburg
1 tsp pepper
1 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
3 1/2 tsp Oregano
1/4 Cup MSG.
2 tsp paprika
2-3 tsp onion salt
1 tsp garlic salt
1 tsp salt
1 Cup bread crumbs
Need well together and make into 2 loaves bake 350* for 2hrs.
(i’ve seen it packed up and cooked in a vertical rotisery, if its packed well enough you could possibly cook it in a horizontal rotisery, which i have done, and cut off when the outer layer was cooked and started making up my donairs)
1 can of Carnation milk
1/2 Cup white sugar
1/2 Cup Vinegar
I put a bit of garlic powder into the sauce…
Mix and heat until the sugar disolves and thicken with
[Cornstarch & water mixed together]
1 tsp white sugar
1/2 cup warm water
1 pkg of dry yeast
1/4 Cup Vegetable oil
2 1/2 Cups of Luke warm water
1 Table spoon salt
7-8 cups of flour
(rise 1 1/2 hours
Shape doe the size of a lemon 1/4 in thick, cook in frying pan 1-2 min on each side.
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