How 1.5 Tonnes Of Döner Kebab Is Made Every Day At This Legendary Kebab Shop In Turkey | Big Batches

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Peçenek Döner is a restaurant chain in Turkey that specializes in döner. Across three branches, the restaurant prepares anywhere from 300 to 500 kilograms of meat for its döner kebab.

The restaurant assembles multiple döner kebabs throughout the day and serves up to 1,500 customers every day.

We stepped into one of its kitchens to see how cooks prepare the döner kebabs along with other popular items, such as lavash and rice pudding.

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