Shawarma is a Middle Eastern-style sandwich usually composed of shaved lamb, goat, or chicken. Less commonly, it contains turkey, beef, or a mixture of meats. Shawarma is a popular dish and fast-food staple across the Middle East, and is consumed across the rest of the world as well. Shawarma is known as guss in Iraq; it is related to the gyros of Greece. Gyros, however, is typically made of pork meat, or less commonly chicken, although beef or lamb is usually used outside Greece and Cyprus. The classic shawarma combination is pita bread, hummus, tomato & cucumber, and of course the shawarma. The additional toppings include tahini and amba. You will need beef, onion, green pepper, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, cardamom, seven spices, salt, black pepper, tahini paste, radish, and parsley. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make Mediterranean beef shawarma sandwiches.