Souvlaki is served as fast food in ‘souvlatzidika’, or souvlaki shops, in Cyprus and Greece. You buy one to take away and eat on the street, or sit in the shop and watch the world go by.
It’s a long established custom – there are even references to street vendors selling souvlaki in the ancient Greek city of Byzantium.
For souvlaki, cubes of pork are cooked on a skewer with vegetables, then stuffed into pitta. You can cook your souvlaki indoors on a griddle (grill) or outdoors on a barbecue.Read More