4 Reviews

Yum. I made these today, and my parents could not stop eating them! I loved how easy the dough was to put together- what is simpler than throwing all the ingredients into the food processor? It took a long time to rise, but that is a function of temperature, so not an issue with the recipe at all. I used 1 cup of WW flour and the remainder was bread flour. Great flavor, and very nice presentation. I cooked them on a baking stone, 3 at a time, for 2 1/2 minutes on the first side, then flipped and cooked for 30 seconds more to get a nice color on the other side. Great bread, we dipped in garlic lemon butter with dinner, but I will likely make a sandwich with one tomorrow. Made for ZWT6.

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IngridH June 12, 2010

Great pita! All eaten up and none left. Made it early this morning, and had a delightful bite tonight. Love the use of olive oil, and was so very easy to put together. My food processor wasn't working...so I use the bread machine. Nice puffy pitas! Made for ZWT6 Zee Zesties! June 2010

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Zee Zany Zesty Cookz Host June 12, 2010

I have never made a dough in my food processor before - it was so simple and easy to work with! I used 1 cup WW flour and the rest white. Awesome! For ZWT6 N.

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Random Rachel June 09, 2010

This looks interesting!! Thanks!

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Jenn717 October 14, 2008
Pita Bread