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Olga's Kitchen was one of my favorite places to go and I was sad when they closed down. With this recipe I am able to make my own 3 Cheese Olga! I just top it with Cheddar, Swiss, Monterey Jack, raw onions and I am set to go! Thank you so much!!

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Kerena January 18, 2012

Thanks for posting this. I've had a yellowing, stained copy of this recipe that I've been dragging around for the better part of fifteen years. Now I don't have to hunt for it every time I want to make it.

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Patrick Clutter October 21, 2008

Awe-inspiringly close to the real deal, and incredibly easy to make. I followed this exactly, let them rise for about 30 minutes (they didn't quite double by that time and I worried that I had done something wrong but once I separated and rolled it out it was fine) then I used my electric griddle (normally reserved for pancakes, grilled cheese, bacon...) on 400* and cooked several at a time, flipping only once. Now all I need is the recipe for the stuff they shake on top of their Snackers! Thanks for posting this, I may have never tried pita had it not been for this recipe. :D

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spoonoodle July 13, 2008
Olga-Type Pita Bread.