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Recipe For Pita Bread — 61 Comments

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  2. So delicious, Tandy!! It was so nice to see you on Sunday! I am missing you – I did a Food Quiz, yesterday!?

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    • Miss you too! Going to do the quiz tomorrow 🙂

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  3. Lovely looking pitas. Thanks for participating and thanks for the mention!

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    • it was an amazing challenge 🙂

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  4. Beautiful pitas! I’m excited to see what you have in store for us next month!

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    • thanks Sarah, and I hope you like the challenge I have set 🙂

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  6. These look perfect. Thank you for taking part this month.

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    • thank you! I love this challenge 🙂

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  7. Oh my gosh, your pita bread is simply beautiful! So light, fluffy–I can just imagine it dipped in hummus…or just eaten plain!

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    • we had quite a few just plain! Thanks for the compliment 🙂

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  8. They puffed up so beautifully. I used to go to a restaurant that would bring a basket of them straight out of the oven to your table. They would disappear in an instant.

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    • that is so impressive! I must make them next time we have dinner guests 🙂

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  9. You are a genius. I would never even think to try pita bread Tandy.

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    • Tammy, please do try! You will be amazed at how easy they are 🙂

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  10. I’ve always wanted to try and bake my own pita bread, as they are not available in Taiwan. These look absolutely gorgeous! I’ve bookmarked it as a MUST-try!

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    • Thank you so much for the compliment, and the visit! Please do let me know how yours turned out 🙂

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  11. Wow Tandy, your pita bread looks perfect…I am very impressed 🙂
    Thanks for sharing this recipe and hope you are staying dry and warm!

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    • Hi Juliana! Dry and warm indeed, as long as I am indoors 🙂 Hope you are having a great week and thanks for the compliment 🙂

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  12. Fresh baked pita bread is infinitely better than anything you can buy in stores! These look awesome!

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    • thanks Joanne, and they are so easy to make 🙂

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  13. Those look delicious! Sorry to be a pain, but how do I make them without a bread machine? Add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix?

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    • You can use any bread dough recipe – this one should work without a bread maker as the principle is the same (or buy from Spar). PS there is a plugin on wordpress for a ‘follow’ button like on wordpress.com which is quite useful 🙂

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      • Have you in my reader, I don’t miss a thing! 🙂

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        • great 🙂 Which reader do you use?

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  14. I wish I’d seen this challenge earlier – I love pita bread. Yours look perfect.

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    • the challenge only ends at the end of this month!

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      • Yes, but I don’t think I’ll be able to find the time to make and blog abou them!

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        • oh, that is a pity! I am hosting next month’s FFTO challenge, so take a look on the 1st to see if it is something you want to bake 🙂

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  15. Wow! Very impressive, Tandy, they really did expand and look so much fresher and lovelier than what I’m relegated to purchase.. I’ve got to try it one day!

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    • please do, they are so rewarding to make 🙂

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  16. Goodness, they really did work brilliantly, didn’t they! Great job, Tandy! 🙂

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    • thank you Celia – it was an amazing challenge 🙂

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  17. Oh wow Tandy!! Your pitas look perfect!! Great job Tandy!! Nothing beats home made pitas!! I should try them if time permits… eeks! haha

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    • they are so easy! I was really amazed 🙂

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  18. these look wonderful, i also make pitas–but yours look a whole lot better. I sometimes use the woolies vegetarian patties as a substitute for falafal balls.

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    • Do try this recipe! So nice seeing you on Sunday 🙂

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  19. these look wonderful, and i also make pita, but yours look better. I use the woolies veg patties as a falafal filler for my pita.

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  20. Hi Tandy
    I love making pita breads, it is so rewarding. Yours look as good as they get.

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    • thank you so much Glenda 🙂

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  21. They look gorgeous Tandy!
    🙂 Mandy

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    • Thank you Mandy 🙂

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  22. These look great. Sorry the falafeal didn’t work out.

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    • I am learning how to make them MY way which does not always mean success 🙂

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  23. they look really good. far better than shop bought 🙂

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    • thank you so much 🙂

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  24. I love pita pockets with hummus and fresh salad but I always use shop bought. I don’t have a bread maker so I’ll have to stick to the old fashioned way of using elbow grease!

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    • we can buy ready made dough here, which would also work 🙂

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  25. Gorgeous, Tandy. There’s nothing quite as delightful as warm pita straight from the oven. Yum!

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    • I tried one straight away and it was lovely 🙂

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  26. They looks amazing. Like Roger I love pita but have never thought to make it. And with the bread machine…all so much easier!

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    • Even without a bread machine they are so easy to do – another thing I am not paying for again 🙂

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  27. Looks really wonderful, Tandy. I love pita bread. Have a wonderful week. 😉

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    • thanks AD, and you too 🙂

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  28. Stunning looking bread my friend, soft and delicious 😀

    Cheers
    CCU

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    • thanks CCU, they were very delicious 🙂

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  29. This was one of my favourite FFTOs to date. I loved how they puffed up in the oven …and how easy they were to make. Interesting to see your recipe using a breadmaker.

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    • I felt like patting myself on the back when they puffed up, even though I had nothing to do with it 🙂

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  30. They look great. I use a lot of pita but always have to buy it. Never thought of making it. That’s all changed:)

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    • wow, that is such a compliment! Thank you 🙂

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