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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Pita Bread (SimplyLivingSmart.com)

$0.26 ($0.065 per pita)

2 hours. Makes 4 pita breads.



½ c + 2½ Tbsp warm water
½ Tbsp yeast
1 tsp sugar
½ tsp salt
½ Tbsp olive oil
½ c whole wheat flour
½ c + 2 Tbsp white flour

Pour warm water, yeast and sugar in a mixer. Let sit until bubbly. Add remaining ingredients and mix for 3 min. Rise 1 hour.* Divide dough into 4 equal portions and roll into rounds. Cover and rise 14 min. Bake at 500° on a dry, preheated, stone or cookie sheet for 4 minutes or until slightly golden brown. (There is no need to bake both sides.) Remove and wrap in a clean dishtowel to retain softness. When ready to stuff, cut the pita in half and fill with your favorite fillings. Enjoy! (Fill with anything. Humus is great-chickpeas, garlic & lemon juice.)

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