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this recipe did not give the oven temperature, so I looked at other similar recipes and started out at 450 degrees after the first two were done, I increased it to 500 degrees. The other thing omitted was the amount of time to bake, I baked mine for approx. 4 minutes. All of my pitas popped and were very good. I would use this recipe again.

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Bushkie February 03, 2008

WOW these were great pitas! I used a packet of yeast which is probably a little more than specified. I heated the oven to just over 475, put the flattened dough in for 2 minutes, then flipped it and left it in for 1 more minute. My pitas puffed up beautifully and were soft and delicious with a nice pocket. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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loof February 26, 2013

These pita came out really delicious!
It was very easy to follow the recipe and I didn't need to look how long I had to bake as I knew that I would see it!
We enjoyed them with roasted cauliflower, olive oil and #422392.
Thanks a lot !

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awalde May 02, 2012

My pita dough was not sticky, nor did they puff up instead they are dense yeasty discs-I increased yeast to 1 teaspoon and wish I had not done. After looking at other recipes I think more water is needed.Thank you for sharing.

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WiGal February 02, 2014
Easy As Pita Bread