Pita bread is one of the oldest breads known. Pita is a pocket bread that is created by steam, puffing through the dough as it bakes. When removed from the oven, the layers of baked dough remain separated inside the deflated pita, which allows the bread to be opened into pockets, creating a space for use in various dishes..
Because of its convenience, low fat and calorie content, its popularity has grown.
Though much of the Pita bread’s popularity in the western world is due to its extended use of Pocket sandwiches but not limited to it. Pita tastes great with Indian cuisine. Pita can be used to scoop or wrap kebabs or salads.
Pita is cut in two halves and the pockets are opened up and f stuffed with different ingredients of your choice
There are no fixed ways to have Pita bread, it can be used as a spoon to scoop the gravies, or to hold the food as a wrap.
Think beyond regular buns, use PITA bread for a tasty burger.
Veg. delight Pita Pocket Sandwich
- Pita pocket bread
- Red onion
- Dressing / Mustard
- Cut Pita in two halves.
- Toast it on the pan for a few seconds.
- Open pockets
- Spread Mayo in each pocket.
- Stuff lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, red onion, olives inside each pocket.
- Drizzle desired amount of dressing or mustard on top.
- Toast it in oven for five minutes.
- Optional - Served with chips...