A few months ago, a Pita Pit opened at the end of our street. Hubby and I have a great love for the chain, mostly because of the many post clubbing meals we had there in university!
The food is delicious and fresh and our favourite item is the complimentary pita chips they serve while you wait. I decided to try making my own, they looked pretty easy! This recipe turned out great and serves well with cold dips!
– one package of pita pockets
– olive oil
– salt and pepper
– spices of choice
Cut pita pockets into small triangles, then place in mixing bowl (you could also split the pitas in half so the pieces are thinner – lessen baking time so they don’t burn). Drizzle olive oil over the pieces and toss. They should be evenly covered but not dripping wet. Sprinkle salt and pepper and spice of choice (I used Cajun) and toss to coat. Spread pitas in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes, or until crispy and golden. Allow to cool before enjoying!