I sprayed them with oil spray to reduce the oil content. My kids loved these, what a great idea. A variety of seasonings would allow these to have a range of new and different tastes (Moroccan seasoning, Greek seasoning and so on). Thanks for posting, will make these again.
This is such a great recipe. I agree with other posters that it is better to brush the oil and sprinkle the ingredients before cutting. Thanks for posting.
Just made these for the first time WOW. I took others advice and split in half Sprayed with EVOO then sprinkled seasoning on. Cut with pizza cutter. Very easy! Now - to stay out of them till I serve tonight!! Thank You
Delicious! The seasoning combination is perfect. I cooked 7 minutes, but next time would add a minute or two to make them a little crispier. Pita chips are outrageously expensive at the store and they aren't nearly as good as these! Thanks for sharing. Made for Top Favorites of 2009 Tag Game.
These were great! Thanks.
I love how easy this is...I only use 1/4 c. oil though. I always have a lot leftover when I use 1/2 c. I cut the halves in half, so they're thin and don't take quite as long to cook. About 4-5 minutes per side.
So delicious! Thank you! This is the perfect chip to take to a potluck along with some homemade dip! I love the garlic taste and they baked up nice and crispy. YUM!
Pita Chips turned out great. *Note: Make sure they are completely cooled before storing. Thanks for sharing.
For flavor, these get 5 stars. Garlic, basil, salt and pepper with olive oil -- what's not to love? However, the method could use some improvement. I do three things differently: a) I split each pita in half (careful so they don't tear). This makes thinner pieces of bread so they cook faster and get crisper. And it yields 16 chips per pita; b) I brush lightly with oil before cutting into triangles. Just easier that way; and c) I don't combine the oil and spices. I brush with oil, then sprinkle on the spices. I find the spices stick better this way and give a more flavorful chip. Also, for those dieters out there who think these are a healthy alternative to chips -- be careful with how much oil you're using. Plus, these taste so good you'll end up eating way more than you intended to!