2 Reviews

So far I have tried the "Italian Variation" but will try the others in the future. Each pita wedge naturally split into a thick piece and a thin piece. I baked the thin pieces for 6 minutes on each side, and the thick pieces I had to turn over again and bake for another 6 minutes (total 18 minutes) to get them brown and crispy. I've bought commercial pita chips in the past and was extremely disappointed. These are so much better.

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Ginny Sue December 29, 2008

made these for a snack last week & forgot to review..(sorry it took so long) these are really easy and they are really good I did 1/2 the chips italian and 1/2 southwest recipe didn't say to but I melted butter 1st before adding seasonings will make these many many times I am sure can't wait to try the other variations they are way way better than the boxed pita chips that I have tried and a whole lot cheaper..a nice fast snack thank you DiScharf for sharing

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gruntlady September 21, 2006
Seasoned Party Pitas