Home made pita crisps are super simple to make, and contains no “funny” ingredients like the bought ones.
This quick snack is healthy and goes with so many different dishes, you can dunk them in dips or serve with soups and stews for example. Try to get whole wheat pitas to get more nutrition and fiber.
Serve the pita chips with a vegetable salad, or use them to scoop up a thick and chunky soup.
Try dipping them in hummus, eggplant salad, or any dip or spread you like.
Or serve them with a cheese platter. You can change the seasoning to whatever you prefer, but use dried herbs for best results.
Experiment by seasoning the pita chips with for example garlic, oregano, red pepper, cumin, dried parsley or dill.
You could even use these pita "chips" as a healthier alternative to potato chips.
I often use them with
tzatziki, a Greek popular cucumber and yogurt dip/salad. I serve the tzatziki in a small bowl, put the bowl in the middle of a larger plate, and arrange the pitas around on the plate.
This is also great with hummus as in the picture above.
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