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Wow. So easy and such delicious pitas. I made mine with my Kitchenaid and let rise about an hour before shaping. I baked for 5 minutes and they came out so soft and fluffy. They would be perfect for stuffed pita sandwiches as they bubble up quite a bit. I don't think I will be buying pita again because they do not taste as good as these ones!

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Jen in Victoria, BC August 02, 2012

These were simple to make and even simpler to eat! I actually had a problem with over-cooking them at first, but no loss as I just turned them into pita chips to have with hummus. When I finally got the hang of it, the result was soft, flavorful little pita breads. Lovely recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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Cynna July 08, 2007

These worked well for me. They had a nice texture and puffed beautifully with pockets in all of them. I really appreciated the tips on softening the pitas after they came out the oven. Great tips! I froze most of them and look forward to having them on hand for future use. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Reviewed for ZWT3.

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Susie D July 07, 2007
Peppy's Pita Bread