Pita Bread recipe?


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I'm making some hummus, and suddenly it occurred to me that it might be possible to make my own pita bread as well. Google makes it sound easy, but I always have trouble combing through the recipes to sort the wheat from the chaff (see what I did there? ;).

So, assuming no super hard-to-get ingredients or crazy apparatus (this would be in a regular oven, I mean) does anyone have a good (and easy) pita recipe they can share?
 
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Thank you, I think that's going to be a project for this weekend. Unless I chicken out again ;)
 
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Well, that went okay. Not perfect, but edible at least. I think I'll try it again tomorrow and be more careful with the timing.
 
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Is there a learning curve to it? That always makes me nervous when trying to bake something new, that the first time I will screw it up horribly and not want to try the recipe again. >.<
 
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Is there a learning curve to it? That always makes me nervous when trying to bake something new, that the first time I will screw it up horribly and not want to try the recipe again. >.<
Not at all, or at least I wouldn't guess so. I am just extremely undisciplined in the kitchen, so things with relatively short cooking times are the most likely for me to mess up either by poking at them before I should or by wander off and getting distracted by something (say an internet forum!) and letting them cook longer than they should ;)
 
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Not at all, or at least I wouldn't guess so. I am just extremely undisciplined in the kitchen, so things with relatively short cooking times are the most likely for me to mess up either by poking at them before I should or by wander off and getting distracted by something (say an internet forum!) and letting them cook longer than they should ;)

Haha, oh no! I tend to the same way. Guess I'll have to do a couple rounds of this recipe to get one that finally works out, lol
 

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