Gyro Seasoning

Gyro Seasoning
Gyro Seasoning
Gyro Seasoning Gyro Seasoning
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Our fragrant Gyro Seasoning is a straightforward blend that delivers terrific flavor to a dish. Built on a workhorse base of pungent garlic and sweet onion, this blend is a primer in Mediterranean flavors. It features peppery oregano and delicate, herbaceous marjoram. The floral-and-pine lilt of rosemary combines with the resinous kick and citrusy top notes of black pepper for a strong finish, with just enough salt to hold it together. We blend our Gyro Seasoning in small batches in our facility, to ensure we send out the freshest and most flavorful product possible to our customers.

Gyros are perhaps the most creatively pronounced word in the culinary lexicon; they are at times, even by fans, called “JEE-rohs,” “JAI-rohs,” and “GHEE-rohs.” We’ll settle the debate here; the correct Greek pronunciation is “YEE-rohs.” While grilled meat sliced off a spit is a cooking method from time immemorial, the modern incarnation of gyros were popularized in Greece in the 1920s, when Armenian nationals took refuge there as they fled the genocide inflicted upon them by the Ottoman Empire in the wake of the Turkish-Armenian War. The Armenian ex-pats brought their traditional cooking techniques, including shawarma, or meat roasted on a rotating, vertical spit, to Greece. It was readily adopted into the fabric of Athenian street food. The Greeks called this new sandwich a gyro, from their word gyros, meaning “circle” or “ring”, which reflected the way that the spit turns for even cooking.


Tips From Our Kitchen


Use this seasoning blend to make your own gyros! Get some pita bread and load it up with Gyros and Tzatziki Sauce. Use Gyro Seasoning in lamb or turkey meatballs. Blend into a turkey burger. Toss over pasta mixed with broccoli rabe and sausage. Stir into rice or couscous and serve under fish. Thinly slice pork and coat with Gyro Seasoning; pan-fry on both sides and top with lemon and pine nuts. Use as the main seasoning in a Greek-style chicken casserole with spinach. Stir into mashed potatoes. Home fries are next-level when you use this blend to finish them. Toss over carrots or parsnips and roast. Thinly slice kohlrabi and toss in this blend; roast or air-fry until you have crispy kohlrabi chips.

Our Gyro Seasoning is blended from onion, garlic, salt, oregano, marjoram, black pepper and rosemary.


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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving


% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g0%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g



Total Carbohydrate2.3g1%

Dietary Fiber0.6g2%

Total Sugars0.6g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g


Vitamin D0mcg0%




*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more

5 out of 5
5 total ratings.

Paul R. (Verified buyer) 03/13/2022
The whole family like it. The whole family like it.

Steve A. (Verified buyer) 02/16/2021
Nice spice I used ground lamb and this seasoning went perfectly with it.

Michael H. (Verified buyer) 12/27/2020
Gyro seasoning great stuff, made a gyro meatloaf, perfect blend. Smells amazing when it is cooking.

John F. (Verified buyer) 01/08/2019
Gyro Seasoning Very fresh and it felt great to make them at home with high quality ground meats.

Cindy W. (Verified buyer) 09/28/2018
Love, love , love it!! I purchased this wonder ore made spice to make my homade style meat for gyros. It was fantastic I added to my recipe and it came out perfect. I will definitely reorder this spice combination again.