6 Reviews

Worked great. I did follow a tip I had read on other recipes that said to spray the dough circles with a little water right before baking to help them puff up. They were way better than store bought.

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kristinflander March 21, 2013

Good recipe. My first go round with it, I made them too big and ended up with crispy pitas. Today, I made them again, rolled them out a little smaller, and baked them on my cooling racks instead og the dark gray non-stick cookie sheets I used last time. They cook up quickly this way and stay nice and soft.

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mdbuschsr October 07, 2012

Just found and tried this recipe. Turned out awesome. I used a little lower temp ( 450 ) and used a non stick cookie sheet, baked for 3 minute then turn over for 1 more minute. Turned out lightly brown and tasted great. Thank for this tasty addition to my recipe box.

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timbone December 31, 2009

these turned out good i have made them twice now

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mammajo May 27, 2009

I found the dough to be a little soft for rolling out. Also when rolled out as big as 8 inches as called for, they stayed a little crisp. I rolled my second batch out to only about 5 or 6 inches and they were much better after being wrapped in a damp towel and placed in a brown paper bag for about 15 minutes.

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ptinabean January 27, 2009

This worked Fine! Thank you for your recipe.

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Kotiäiti from Finland January 16, 2009
Tyler Florence's Pita Bread (Bread Machine, Dough Cycle)