Are you tired of the hard and rubbery ready-made pitta breads? So was I! These pitta breads are well-flavoured, soft, chewy and wheaty. Try dabbing these breads in dips such as houmous or taramasolata. They are also great served at summer picnics and barbecues or used to make sandwiches. You will need a pizza stone to make this recipe.
You may need to add a little more/less water to the dough, depening on the age of your flours. You can also make this recipe by kneading the dough by hand.
These are soft and lovely! They smelled so good, I couldn't resist eating one as soon as it came out of the oven. Someone who's never made bread before might not know to use flour to roll the pittas, and I really had no idea how "not too thick or too thin" should look, but otherwise, I found the directions easy to follow. These pittas are definitely worth the time! They are fantastic. - 21 Feb 2011
Great easy recipe, I made without the use of a pizza stone, I just used a glass pyrex tray and they came out great. Thanks for the recipe, will use again - 10 Mar 2015
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