Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Pita bread is SO easy!

Today I made pita bread for the first time. My sister, Holly, showed me how AMAZINGLY EASY it is...I'll never buy pita bread again! I also didn't think I liked hummus until she fed it to me. Her homemade stuff was delicious.

Find the pita recipe and a helpful video tutorial here.

Lovely little balls of dough ready to be rolled out.
Who would have thought those little dough disks would puff up so quickly!!! Check this out:
I usually don't have the courage to cook without a recipe, but the hummus recipes online felt forgiving so I just threw stuff in the blender.
Hummus Ingredients:
One can of garbanzo beans (with a little of the juice)
Toasted Sesame Seeds
Olive Oil
Lemon Juice
1 clove garlic
(hummus recipes call for "tahini" which is really just toasted sesame seeds pureed with olive I just threw in the raw ingredients)
After I blended these into a nice paste, I took out half the mixture and made two separate blended with a roasted red pepper (red pepper cut in half and baked up-side-down on cookie sheet in oven at 375 until the skins look like they will fall off, remove skins) and fresh parsley, and the other with fresh cilantro and another clove of garlic. Yum!

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