Pita bread attempt #1: Najat's Kitchen recipeBased off of a recipe I posted about on September 27, 2010 here
find the original recipe video here : part 1 & part 2
Nur and I wanted to make pita bread .. So we followed the directions and started kneading and rolling (not really , i used my kitchenaid )
the pics just show how the dough looked like in each step..
i think I rolled them too thin and didnt leave them to rise long enough.
BUT, THE TASTE WAS AMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
i loved this bread and will try it again to perfect it..
it has wheat in it..
i'll leave you with the pics..
|Added all ingredients together, followed video instructions and left in Kitchenaid dough mixer for 10 minutes.|
|Lightly cover with oil and then cover with clear wrap.|
|Cover with a blanket or large towel, I left it 1 hr 15 min to rise.|
|Forming the dough balls.|
|Make sure tiny hands can't reach.|
|Left 30 mins to rise|
|Make flat circles with a rolling pin.|
|Try not to go any thinner than this|
|Place the ready circles on a spread-ed blanket on the counter/table you are working on. Cover them continuously.|
|when your done, cover them, let rise for 30 mins. they will be this thick.|
|Oven on at 450 for 30 mins with baking tray inside. So it will be nice and hot, once you place the dough on it, it will puff up like this. So exciting!|
|Not all of them puffed up as i had hoped.|
|Not so pretty, but beats store bought any day! I need to work on my oven skills. and the oven temperatures. and my rolling skills, and my rising skills, and my........... ok I'll stop.|