Pita bread is a slightly leavened flat bread baked from wheat flour that is popular in the Mediterranean and Middle East. It is frequently used as a pocket for lunches and pizza bases.
A great snack or appetiser made of pita strips, cream cheese and bacon strips. I guarantee you they will not last long!
Although pita bread can be found at most shops it is also surprisingly easy to make at home too. This recipe gives clear easy instruction if you haven't tried to make it before.
Everyone loves spanikopita (Greek feta and spinach triangles) and they are very easy to make with frozen ingredients.
These triangles make great little party nibbles or a tasty entree to a larger meal. The recipe is fairly simple and is primarily a combination of spinach and cheese.
This is an easy yet impressive looking entree which works well for all parties. I made these for a cocktail party at home and they went fast.
This salad makes a satisfying main dish. It's important to grill the pita bread until it is really crisp and golden or it will quickly become soggy when mixed with the other ingredients. The dressing adds the distinctive Mediterranean flavours of olives, anchovy and garlic.
These are great to have as finger food at a party or to have with soup.
Made mainly from pantry ingredients, these mini pizzas are incredibly quick and easy to prepare. Topped with tasty ham, luscious pineapple and sweet corn kernels, they make a tasty snack and are much lower in salt than most bought pizzas.
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This simple, easy-to-prepare snack is surprisingly rich in heart-healthy nutrients. Soft pita breads are transformed into crisp fingers by grilling. They pair perfectly with the creamy hummus dip.