Herb Toasts

"These toasts are nice with dips and I also serve them with soups. Pita bread is a good substitute; they are smaller so use a few extra. This also works with tortillas, but then you don't split them."
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
5
Yields:
4 round toasts
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Split the bread horizontally.
  • Brush all four circles with the oil or butter; sprinkle the combined herbs over the bread.
  • Put them on oven trays and bake for 7 to 10 minutes, depending on your oven.
  • You can cut the bread in pieces before baking or carefully break them up after they are baked and cooled, this gives a more"rustic" look For variations add: garlic, cayenne, paprika or some fresh grated Parmesan.

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Reviews

  1. Michelle S.
    These are SOOOOOOO tasty. I used about 3 1/2 pitas and added the garlic, paprika, and Parmesan optional ingredients. We served this as a snack with some sliced cheeses and were in heaven. These would be fabulous with soup or salads as well. I will be making this again and again!
     
  2. najwa
    Very easy and yummy .. I loved it and so did my husband! thank you
     
  3. Debbwl
    Pleasing crisp herbed flat bread. This was so quick and easy to make and turned out perfectly crisp. Made as written using the olive oil option, but think next time will leave off the thyme. Thanks for the post.
     
  4. Boomette
    I used melted butter and pita bread. DH said it was missing something. I didn't split them. It was great in a ranch dip. Thanks Pets'R'us :) Made for Cookbook tag game
     
  5. I'mPat
    Made these to go with recipe #264215 and thoroughly enjoyed. Due to dietary restrictions I had to use rye wraps (scaled back and used 2) which I sprayed with oil and sprinkled the herbs on (basil, thyme and tarragon) and cut them into triangles to fit on the tray better but will definately try the cheese option too. I baked at 170C fan forced for 7 minutes for nice crispy wedges which the DM enjoyed just eating as is (much healthier than potatoe chips/crisps. Thank you Pets'R'U, made for cook-a-thon for Pets.
     
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  1. WaterMelon
    this is sooo good!! I couldn't find any pita/tortilla in my local grocery store, so used honey oats bread, cut into trangles instead. And I used butter. They were great plain and were awesome topped with ground beef and onions too. Thanks for the simple, tasty recipe!
     

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