Thursday, August 28, 2008

Bread Baking Babes - Pita Bread

Every month baking with the Babes is exciting, because I'm baking breads that I would never in my wildest dreams thought I would have tasted, much less baked. But this month is especially cool, because it's pita, something I eat and love, but again, would never have thought I could bake.

The recipe is amazingly easy (go here to Ilva's to see the recipe), and the pitas came out perfectly. I don't have a baking stone, and I can't imagine how fabulous these would be baked on a stone, because they're pretty damn fantastic the way I baked them.






I liked my pita with a bit of peanut butter and jam. Scott liked his with ham and mustard and tomato. My Dad turned one of his into a breakfast pita with eggs, bacon and potato (drool), and my Mom filled hers with greek salad (obviously the smartest of us all). Does it really matter what you fill it with? Nope, just make 'em and eat 'em!
Please go and visit all the other babes and see how their pitas turned out; their links are all over on the right hand side.

See you tomorrow!

13 comments:

breadchick said...

Your pita turned out so much better than mine! They look fantastic!!

Lien said...

Oh you've got those things pufing like maniac too, they look amazing! Isn't it fun how versitile these fillings can be. Good job

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Sara,
My head is bowed
I am in awe
You are the Pita Queen!
Those are fantastic perfect.
I simply love that we start with the same recipe and are so different.
Beautiful, beautiful!

Baking Soda said...

Oh you make me think of a Pita fest! Love the choice of fillings you mention, would like to try the breakfast pita this weekend!

Yours look so wonderfully even and nice, great job!

Ilva said...

They are perfect! And all these fillings made me really hungry now and it's only 9.25 in the morning, how will I last until lunch??

Debinhawaii said...

Not being a baker I so admire anyone who can create things like this. Your pitas are amazing!

Lis said...

I never even know you could make pita!! I figured there was some fancy machine.. am a dork, I know. :P

They look SO FAKKING GOOD! I think I'd stuff mine like Scott did.. that sounds really, really good right now!

XOXOXOXOXOXXOXOXOXOXO

kittie said...

I love pita! Have tried to bake them once myself - but yours have turned out better I think!

My favourite stuffing is really spicy chile con carne!! Or greek-style lamb... drool....!

michelle said...

Wow....I am in awe of your beautiful pita bread! So inspiring :)

Peabody said...

Homemade pitas...very cool.

Cookie baker Lynn said...

I love how puffy your pitas turned out. Like turtles drawn up into their shells. I love the idea of a breakfast pita. Your dad is my kind of man!

Claire said...

Mmmmm...I am SO making this!

Monique said...

How did you manage to let then pop up like that !
Many thanks to your family for the different recipes to fill.