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Impossible™ Burger Gyros with Greek Salad

Whether you’re looking for a new go-to Meatless Monday recipe or just trying to mix things up a bit, we’ve got you covered with a tasty plant-based dish inspired by traditional gyros—but made with Impossible™ Burger. Our friends at Impossible Foods make meat made from plants that cooks and tastes like beef, so it’s a great sustainable alternative in all of your favorite ground beef recipes. (Think: meatballs, tacos, bolognese, and more.)

For our Greek-inspired Impossible recipe, we grilled up spiced patties and serve them in warm pita bread with a healthy serving of Greek salad and fresh herbs.

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Gyro Impossible burger by Misfits Market

Impossible™ Burger Gyros with Greek Salad

  • Author: Misfits Market
  • Cook Time: 25 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x



For the Greek salad:


For the Gyros:


  1. For the Greek salad: In a medium bowl combine tomatoes, cucumber, peppers, onion, olives, and feta. In a small bowl, whisk together olive oil, vinegar, and salt. Toss dressing with salad and set aside.
  2. For the gyros: Place Impossible™ Foods Impossible Burger into a medium bowl and season with salt, oregano, thyme, and garlic powder. Mix and divide mixture into 8 oval-shaped patties. Heat grill or grill pan on medium-high heat and brush with oil. Cook patties until both sides are brown and slightly crispy, about 2 minutes per side.
  3. To serve: Warm pita bread and assemble gyros starting with a layer of Greek salad, the patties, a spoonful of tzatziki, and finish with dill or parsley. Serve immediately with lemon wedges on the side. Enjoy!

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Comments (10)

Yay! Thanks for asking, Marcell. We do currently offer Impossible meat, and we hope you can check it out to give this recipe a try. You can learn more as well as go through the sign-up process by heading here: We hope to see you join us ????????

This was good but I am wondering if the amount of salt in the gyros is correct? Should it be a teaspoon rather than a tablespoon? I put a tablespoon in and it looked like a lot of salt so I took most of it out and they were still pretty salty!

Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Em! We appreciate you for catching this error, and we’re glad to hear you were still able to enjoy the recipe. We passed this along to our team, and it will be fixed shortly!

I haven’t made it yet, cuz I’m wondering… How is this gonna taste like a gyro with just salt, oregano, thyme & garlic as the seasonings?? Seems like there should be more than that to get that AMAZING flavor of authentic gyro meat. ????

Thank you for inquiring about this, Toni! Feel free to add any additional seasonings to fit your preferences. Traditional gyro seasoning is a blend that contains many of the common Mediterranean herbs with some garlic and onion powder. Oregano, basil, parsley and dill are some of the primary herbs with rosemary and thyme oftentimes being in the mix, too. We hope you can enjoy giving this recipe a try, so we can hear your thoughts!

Wow, haven’t had a gyro since going veggie 15 years ago— this is by far the best recipe I’ve ever had! Making it for the third time! Thank you so much misfits!!!

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