Arayes

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  • Cooking and Prep: 30 m
  • Serves: 6
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You might not expect to find arayes, a Lebenese/Middle Eastern BBQ dish, on your picky eaters' lists, but they will surprise you! In this recipe, we are stuffing pitas with a combo of ground beef and ground lamb, along with plenty of fresh herbs. Pop them on the griill and you'll have a healthy kid-friendly sandwich in minutes. Watch Easy Does It with Esty for more easy family cooking.

Ingredients (11)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Arayes

  1. Combine meat with onion, herbs, garlic and seasonings. Mix gently to evenly distribute the additions.

  2. Stuff the meat mixture into the halved pitas, as shown.

  3. Place, exposed side down, on a hot grill. After about five minutes, flip to the flat side and cook five minutes more then flip to the other flat side and cook a final five minutes. You may need more time if you overstuff your pitas.

  4. Remove from the grill and enjoy with lots of tahini!

  • nissi friedman

    so easy and so delicious!
    Posted by nissi |2021-06-14 21:35:53
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  • Miriam

    Grill pan

    I wanted to know what brand grill pan was used in video? I am trying to find one and am having a hard time. If you could please send me the info I would appreciate it.
    Posted by Mirco |May 5, 2021
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  • Miriam

    I wanted to know what brand grill pan was used in the video? Was it pre seasoned? I am trying to find one and having a hard time.
    Posted by Mirco |2021-05-04 17:07:04
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  • Chavie  T

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  • piata salamon

    Posted by salmon |2020-11-14 23:49:57
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  • piata salamon

    6 days a week we wait for shabbos a gift from hashem and we love you we can't wait to make this yummy yogourt
    Posted by salmon |2020-11-14 23:51:38
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  • Shlomo Eisenberger

    Posted by Chef shlomo |2020-10-14 15:42:14
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  • Shlomo Eisenberger

    I times this by like 10 and made it for the boys in the yeshiva where I cook and oh my gosh they loved it most of them came back for 3.
    Posted by Chef shlomo |2020-10-14 15:44:14
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  • perelle b

    Posted by perellec |2020-07-19 09:36:38
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  • Chaya S

    Loved it!!!!!

    I have put instead of the herbs 1 tbs of ketchup, mustard and honey (as per previous review) and it came out delicious!! easiest supper with a fresh salad!
    Posted by Chaya4a |2020-07-15 13:25:15
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  • Miri

    sooooooooooooo cute!!!!!

    yum, yum, yum, yum, did i forget to say yum??!! oh ya, yum!!! Esty, this recipe changed my arayes life forever!!!
    Posted by Piata |2020-07-06 13:39:01
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  • mindy

    so easy!

    I did not follow the recipe cuz we arent the cilantro type... but the concept was a hit! i did some sauteed onions, ketchup, honey, and mustard... was delish and quick n easy
    Posted by mindel |2020-07-03 01:25:41
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  • chaya Toiv

    frozen cubes?

    Can I use the frozen parsley and cilantro cubes? and how many?
    Posted by chaya1043 |June 30, 2020
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    Nicole Oved
    Each cube is approx. 1 tsp - since the recipe requires 1/3rd bunch - it's definitely better to use fresh but I would start with 4-5 cubes and add as necessary...
    Posted by NicoleOved|July 8, 2020
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  • sara

    Frozen herbs

    Can I use frozen cilantro and parsley? If yes, how many cubes?
    Posted by sarafeller |June 24, 2020
    Replies:
    Nicole Oved
    Each cube is approx. 1 tsp - since the recipe requires 1/3rd bunch - it's definitely better to use fresh but I would start with 4-5 cubes and add as necessary...
    Posted by NicoleOved|July 8, 2020
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  • nissi friedman

    so easy and so delicious!
    Posted by nissi |2021-06-14 21:35:53
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  • piata salamon

    6 days a week we wait for shabbos a gift from hashem and we love you we can't wait to make this yummy yogourt
    Posted by salmon |2020-11-14 23:51:38
    Replies:
    0
    0
  • Shlomo Eisenberger

    I times this by like 10 and made it for the boys in the yeshiva where I cook and oh my gosh they loved it most of them came back for 3.
    Posted by Chef shlomo |2020-10-14 15:44:14
    Replies:
    0
    0
  • Chaya S

    Loved it!!!!!

    I have put instead of the herbs 1 tbs of ketchup, mustard and honey (as per previous review) and it came out delicious!! easiest supper with a fresh salad!
    Posted by Chaya4a |2020-07-15 13:25:15
    Replies:
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    0
  • Miri

    sooooooooooooo cute!!!!!

    yum, yum, yum, yum, did i forget to say yum??!! oh ya, yum!!! Esty, this recipe changed my arayes life forever!!!
    Posted by Piata |2020-07-06 13:39:01
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  • mindy

    so easy!

    I did not follow the recipe cuz we arent the cilantro type... but the concept was a hit! i did some sauteed onions, ketchup, honey, and mustard... was delish and quick n easy
    Posted by mindel |2020-07-03 01:25:41
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  • Miriam

    Grill pan

    I wanted to know what brand grill pan was used in video? I am trying to find one and am having a hard time. If you could please send me the info I would appreciate it.
    Posted by Mirco |May 5, 2021
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  • chaya Toiv

    frozen cubes?

    Can I use the frozen parsley and cilantro cubes? and how many?
    Posted by chaya1043 |June 30, 2020
    Replies:
    Nicole Oved
    Each cube is approx. 1 tsp - since the recipe requires 1/3rd bunch - it's definitely better to use fresh but I would start with 4-5 cubes and add as necessary...
    Posted by NicoleOved|July 8, 2020
    0
    1
  • sara

    Frozen herbs

    Can I use frozen cilantro and parsley? If yes, how many cubes?
    Posted by sarafeller |June 24, 2020
    Replies:
    Nicole Oved
    Each cube is approx. 1 tsp - since the recipe requires 1/3rd bunch - it's definitely better to use fresh but I would start with 4-5 cubes and add as necessary...
    Posted by NicoleOved|July 8, 2020
    0
    1

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