Homemade Baked Pita Chips are delicious, easy, economical and very moreish. They keep well in an airtight container for several weeks. Perfect for the holidays or whenever you’re entertaining.
Choice of pita breads
Some pita breads are quite thick. Look for pita breads that are light and puffy, and in two pieces. Leave them as a whole or you can separate the pieces for a much thinner chip. Leaving the pita in tact gives you a sturdier chip for dipping.
Making pita chips
Making homemade baked pita chips could not be easier. Simply take your pita bread and brush with oil. Sprinkle on whatever seasoning your heart desires, slice, bake and enjoy!
Your choice of toppings
Ring the changes with different toppings. Think…….
- caraway seeds
- poppy seeds
- lemon pepper
- cajun seasoning
- barbecue seasoning
- garlic salt
- onion salt
- Moroccan seasoning
- you get the picture……
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What’s your favourite pita bread chips seasonings?
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Homemade baked pita chips are a breeze to make. Introduce your own favourite seasoning. The recipe is the same for any flavourings you use. Take pita bread, brush with oil, sprinkle on your favourite seasoning, slice, bake and enjoy!
- white or wholemeal pita bread
- extra virgin olive oil
seasonings we used
- fresh minced garlic
- salt flakes
- black sesame seeds
- fennel seeds
This is more a technique than a recipe. Simply use as many pita breads as you like, brush with oil and use your seasonings
- brush pita breads with oil
- sprinkle on your favourite seasoning (we used a mixture of garlic with salt flakes, sumac with black sesame seeds and fennel seeds)
- slice into pieces, what ever shape you like
- place slices on a baking sheet lined with baking paper
- bake in a preheated oven at 175 c (345 f) for 8-10 minutes or until light golden brown
- place chips on a cake rack to cool
- store in a sealed container
- eat and enjoy!
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