I used rotisserie chicken breast so these came together extra quickly. Also used flatbread wraps instead of pitas. This recipe reminds me a bit of CL's Chicken Shawarma recipe from July 2008, which is 10-star tasty (the chicken is marinated, which makes all the difference I think). This isn't bad at all - just a little simple/ordinary, especially compared to that other AMAZING recipe.
I seasoned the chicken with some ras al hanout left over from another recipe since I thought they'd need a little something. I also made extra sauce and added cucumbers to the roasted peppers and lettuce. Still needed a spark--I think plain Greek yogurt would've given the greater moisture and creaminess that I was missing and maybe some red pepper flakes in the tahini sauce. I may try this again but add the yogurt to the sandwiches. Served with whole wheat couscous and steamed fresh spinach with lemon. I made the couscous b/c my husband always like a grain, potato, or pasta with anything, but I wouldn't need it myself. The pitas were very filling!
This was delicious--a fast and healthy meal. I added some thinly sliced Persian cucumbers and diced red onion to the lettuce mixture. I will definitely be making this for my family again.