28 June 2012

Pita bread






Pita bread is a great bread for beginning bakers or for making with kids. The entire process of making them only takes about 1 hours , so it is also a great one for people on a tight schedule.

And this recipe is thinking in little families or that person live alone and  enjoy make their bread.




Ingredients ( 4 or 5 breads)

2 cups of all purpose flour
1 teaspoon of salt
1 pinch of sugar
1 tablespoon of olive oil
3/4 cup of warm water
1 1/2 teaspoon of dry yeast

Method

Preheat the oven at 180°c
In a little bowl put the dry yeast and warm water.
In a medium bowl place the all purpose flour, the oil, salt and sugar, add the yeast with water.

 All of the ingredients should form a ball. If some of the flour will not stick to the ball, add more water .

Once all of the ingredients form a ball, place the ball on a work surface, such as a cutting board, and knead the dough,Place the ball in a a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap or a damp kitchen towel and set aside about 20 minutes.


Divide dough into 4 or 5 equal portions and hands into a ball of each. Then make to shape of pita bread.
Place in an  oiled baking sheet and bake the bread place about 6 to 8  minutes per side, until they are cooked.
Remember the pitas normally are white only little golden.
Remove and let cool.
Carefully open and fill with whatever you want. I filled it with slices of avocado and tomato.




print recipe here





ESPAÑOL


Pan Pita








Este pan pita es sencillo y fácil de hacer y es especial cuando son pocos en la casa porque es una receta que salen 4 o 5 panes y se hace bastante rápido.


68 comments:

  1. I love pita bread, especially homemade. I have to try it myself. It does look easy. Have to figure the temp for my oven in degrees F :) xo

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    1. Thanks Barbara for your oven can be 380 " F aprox.

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  2. nice...i love bread....we go to certain restaurants because of the bread...and we make bread...but i have never made pita bread....

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    1. Yes here I love too some restaurants by the bread.
      Really pita bread is easy and nice!

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    1. Ha! Grazie Giovanna tu sei so sweet!!

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  4. Oh that looks so good Gloria! I bet my grandkids would have fun making that with me!!! Looks so yummy with your avocado slices!!!!
    XO Kris

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  5. mamma mia che buone!!!!!baciiiiiiii

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  6. Hm? Did you say beginning bakers? =D My kids love pita bread, but I never thought of making it from scratch...thinking that alone will take more than a half day. =P It will be nice if my kids enjoy homemade ones though. Thank you for the recipe!

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  7. I often think I should try making pita bread. It looks so quick and delicious!

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  8. Wow! You've made your own pita bread & they looks so good! Your recipe is easy as well. Love it & will try this soon . thanks for the recipe dear. Wish you & your family a lovely weekend, Gloria. HUGS :)

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  9. This sounds easy enough for even me to try!! Diane

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  10. Homemade pita bread is soooo gooodddd, it's been a wile since I made some!

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  11. I love homemade fresh pita bread. I'm always hungry when I come to your blog haha :)

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  12. Gloria, how great to make your own pita bread from scratch! I once made a whole wheat version that was tasty, too. Looks great!

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    1. Thaks Thomas, yes I made the whole version and is absolutely nice too!:)

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  13. I have been wanting to try this for long time. It must be so good homemade. Great tips on how to make it. Ciao!

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  14. this sounds so simple, I will try it one of these days, thanks!

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  15. I love pita bread, but I still didn't try homemade

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  16. Neither have I tried this delicious pockets of goodness before, looks so simple although I know it's not!

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  17. Que buenos te quedaron Gloria.
    Cariños!

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  18. I love Mediterranean food and pita bread is so delicious! This is a great recipe! Thanks, Gloria! :) ♥♥♥

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    1. Thanks. Jeanne I love pita bread too simple an delicious.xxx

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  19. awesome pita bread...yummy

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    1. Thanks Faseela but I saw you have an amazong pita bread!

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  20. Yummy...se ve muy rico! XD I absolutely LOVE pita bread, too!

    -Barb the French Bean

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  21. Se ven deliciosos!!....un pan que siempre gusta....sobre todo con palta!!.........Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. Gracias Marcels, muchod cariños!:)

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  22. Que ricos Gloria! probaré a hacerlos... Besos

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  23. I like pita pockets! These look lovely.

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  24. I love pita bread but never thought of making it thanks for sharing the recipe...yours look great!

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    1. Thanks dear Brian, the same to you, enjoy your kids:)

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  26. I love pita bread, but have never tried making it before. Yours look lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  27. I'm so glad you pointed out how quickly this could be made. It sounds like a great recipe and I really want to give it a try. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Yes dear Mary is nice and quickly when you need some fresh bread is absolutely nice and dont need so much ingredients:)
      Blessings to you!

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  28. Great recipe and great idea - I'm no good at baking bread - but maybe I could do this!! I'm going to try :)
    Mary x

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    1. Maybe you can try this really I love this recipe!!

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  29. Yum, yum! I can almost smell how delicious the aroma must be!

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  30. love pita bread and all Middle Eastern food

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  31. I actually never had pita bread, I should give it a try sometime

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    1. Is really easy Adam you would try!

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  32. Ohh, homemade pita bread?? Great idea!!! I think this is something I will make with my god son next weekend. Sounds yummy and fun :)

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    1. Thanks Jax try these is easy and nice!!))

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  33. Dear Gloria, This is a perfect recipe for me. I never tried making this and I do love pita bread for sandwiches or dipping. It is getting expensive though. I will give this a try. Blessings dear for a good Sunday. Catherine xo

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    1. Thanks Catherine:) I think you would enjoy!

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  34. Eh bien,je vais me risquer , moi qui ne suis pas experte en boulange à réaliser ta petite recette!!! Merci pour le partage! Biz

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    1. Cita ! Merci beaucoup Im sure you would enjoy!

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  35. I've never seen a recipe for pita bread before! How fun! I bet it's delicious and so fresh for sandwiches!

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    1. Yes is so light betsy dont have butter, and is really nice!

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  36. Your recipe is presented in a very attractive format. Plus its a very tasty recipe.

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  37. Awesome! Very classy in their basket with the beautiful lace covering cloth. I had to print this one out and definitely give it a try. ty

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    1. Thanks Deb, you are so sweet!

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  38. hola gloria!
    me encanta tu blog, acabo de descubrirlo, pero....no está la receta en español de este pan pita!
    podrias enviarla o publicarla?
    muchas gracias!
    saludos cordiales
    claudia

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