Chicken Doner Doner or Doner Kebap is a dish unique to Turkish cuisine, in which pieces of meat or chicken that are thoroughly seasoned with tallow and local spices are cooked on a skewer and hung upright in front of a wood fire. The history of doner kebab, which was discovered in the Ottoman Empire, dates back to the 17th century. In the early 1970s, a Turkish chef in Berlin popularized doner kebab in Germany. Doner kebabs sold at affordable prices in Germany; It contains more salads, vegetables and sauces compared to its Turkish counterparts. Doner, which has become popular in Germany, has become one of the best-selling fast food and street food in Germany and many European countries in a short time, and has become popular throughout the world.