The chips are sliced from the flesh ingot for service and the rest of the flesh ingot is cooked on the rotary barb. You can serve Shawarma on a platter (usually with side dishes), or as a kind of wafer or topping. The Shawarma is usually consumed with tabouleh, fat toush, tabourot, tomatoes and onions.
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