There is nothing like Homemade Pita Bread – @AceFoodNews

#AceFoodNews – Sept.10: I wish as a chef l had more time to post great recipes and articles but just finished a stint on another contract: So here’s one l made earlier and one of my favourites – There is nothing like homemade bread and this is nothing like homemade bread it’s MUCH MUCH BETTER take a look Kitchen Basics: Homemade Pita Bread // Love and Olive Oil enjoy . #ChefCJ

Homemade Pita Bread

Have you ever wondered where the pocket in the pita comes from? I mean, how does it get there?


No, really.

Homemade Pita Bread Puffing in the oven

It’s mesmerizing, isn’t it?

Seriously though, I could watch this on repeat all. day. long.

It’s almost as therapeutic as kneading bread dough (big edible stress ball, right? Or maybe that’s just me).

How to Make Homemade Pita Bread

Homemade pita is surprisingly easy, and you’ll be in awe when your flat little pieces of dough magically puff up in the oven like little yeasty clouds. They’re as entertaining to make as they are to eat.

How to Make Homemade Pita Pockets

Homemade pita is like night and day when compared to the stale and flavorless store bought versions. Made with mostly all-purpose flour but with a bit of whole wheat for added texture and flavor (and you can increase the proportion of whole wheat flour too, up to 1 cup, as long as the overall amount of flour stays the same), plus a little bit of honey for added sweetness.

Trust me, the next time you make Gyros or (my favorite) Greek Turkey Tacos, try using homemade pita instead. It only takes a little bit of extra time and is so worth the extra effort.

Get the full recipe and step-by-step instructions on the Kitchenthusiast blog »

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